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eWISE - June 2015 


Change is always bittersweet! This month we are sad to say good bye to our  Case Manager - Justine Kimi who is leaving us to move into the legal profession. We are however delighted to welcome Elsie Coetzee who will replace Justine in this critical role in our Sydney office. Elsie holds an LLM, LLB and BA (Hons) Psychology and joins us after many years in the investigations industry. 

Only TWO MORE WEEKS to register your interest on our next Investigative Interviewing course in Sydney. 

The program will be using LIVE ACTORS for maximum effect, so if you or your team want to update, refresh or advance your skills - book online to secure a place today. 




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It's not always Black and White

By Harriet Stacey

Recent cases before the Fairwork Commission (FWC) demonstrate the need to ensure any action taken is the appropriate actionRead More Here

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Careless Whispers: Confidentiality and Office Gossip

By Harriet Stacey

Workplace gossip may start out innocently but when it escalates, the consequences can be serious. But sometimes office gossip can be hurtful, and damaging not only to the person involved but to the company as well, especially if there has been a breach of confidentiality. Read More Here

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The Top 3 Red Flags for Workplace Fraud

By Harriet Stacey

Workplace fraud can take many forms, whether it’s purchasing a few groceries on the company credit card, taking office supplies for personal use at home, right through to large-scale theft of equipment and money.  With identification of risk factors and adequate preventative measures in place, employers can successfully limit their exposure.  Read More Here

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Watch Your Step! 

By Harriet Stacey

There’s an awful lot at stake when conducting workplace investigations, and so they need to be handled with care and skill. It really is like tiptoeing through a minefield. One wrong move can cause an explosion of legal consequences that may harm your organisation. One key area of concern is how to raise allegations during an interview that forms part of a workplace investigation. Read More Here


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UPCOMING WISE TRAINING COURSES


Conducting Workplace Investigations - Advanced

ARTICULATES WITH THE CERT IV GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATIONS

Location: Melbourne
Date: 5-7 August 2015

Location: Brisbane (changed date)
Date: 16-18 September 2015

Location: Sydney
Date: 13-15 October 2015

TWO DAY SPECIALIST COURSE

Investigative Interviewing

Location: Sydney
Date: 22-23 July 2015

Location: Melbourne
Date: 5-6 November 2015

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Investigative Interviewing Conference 2015

Location: Melbourne
Date: 22-26 June 2015

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No2Bullying Conference 2015

Location: Gold Coast
Date: 29-30 June 2015

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Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference 2015

Location: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Date: 17-19 November 2015 

For more information on APSAC

 
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