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Teacher on school excursion comes a cropper

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A recent workers compensation case illustrates the importance of good planning for employers to ensure the safety of staff and highlights how an employee may be left counting the cost of unapproved recreational activities while on a work excursion. Background Ms Glass was employed by Brisbane Catholic Education as a teacher at Xavier Catholic College…

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Spotlight on: Bishop Richard Umbers

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In this Spotlight edition, we talk to Bishop Umbers from the Archdiocese of Sydney about what to do when receiving an offer from the Pope, how to avoid the ‘Blues Brothers’ effect when involving faith in your role, and using memes for the greater good. What do you do?  Some people would think that any…

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Kerrie Yates returns with some important changes

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After a sold-out event last year, facilitator, mediator and assessor, Kerrie Yates returns to CCER to host her popular workshop, Managing Change. Ahead of her upcoming workshop, she wants us to embrace challenges and criticisms of change: The pace and volume of change has meant that many staff have become wary of and weary about…

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New Amendments and Guidelines Released

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Crimes Act With amendments to the NSW Crimes Act 1900 taking effect on 31 August, new offences of concealing a child abuse offence or failing to remove or reduce the risk itself, have been announced. Ensure your employees are aware of any consequent individual obligations. Want to minimise risk and find out how we can…

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