More on HRM
Jobs board

HRM TV: How to deal with workplace conflict


Glen Bartlett, from law firm Clayton Utz’s workplace relations and safety team, provides practical insights on how to nip workplace conflict in the bud and encourage speedy resolution.

To learn more, AHRI offers relevant short courses, including ‘Bullying and harassment: what everyone needs to know‘ and ‘Mediation and conflict management’

3
Leave a reply

avatar
100000
  Subscribe to receive comments  
Notify me of
Jean-Marcel Malliaté
Guest
Jean-Marcel Malliaté

Excellent sales and marketing. I was reviewing the minutes of Bar Council dated 16 October 2014. Apparently SC applications will not be considered if they are conducting mediations and mediation was determined as not being within the SC Protocol (including earlier in 2014). Now it appears that there will be an advice sought as to whether “mediation” is a “legal service”. See BC resolution of 2011 (after motion which I put that mediation was part of “barristers work”) and also article by the then President in 2011. This will affect many barristers’ practices who are working as mediators as well.… Read more »

Irene
Guest
Irene

This is so true. I have personally experienced the turmoil of having a minor dispute unresolved by lawyers seeking to inflame the issue and realise more billable hours. Having accredited mediators rather than lawyers mitigates the risks associated with using lawyers who are corrupted by their own conflicts of interest.

Amanda Chau
Guest
Amanda Chau

Is this the correct video link? It appears to be about the AHRI national convention.

Jobs board
More on HRM