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eWise - November 2016

WISE Workplace was proud to exhibit and present at the 11th National Investigations Symposium in Sydney earlier this month. Surpassing previous years' attendance,  many interesting and informative presentations were held over the three days. 

A  MUST DO event for public service investigators! 

We wanted to let you in on a little money saving secret ... 

As of Jan 1 2017 our Cert IV and Diploma courses will increase to $2950 and $3100 respectively (currently $2800 each).  The good news is - if you enrol before the 30th Dec, you can book in at 2016 pricing! 

A saving of $150 on the Cert IV and $300 on the Diploma

 Here’s what you think about our training courses… 


"...very informative and thought provoking" 

 "....extremely informative and engaging. The facilitators were very knowledgeable and personable". 

 "....excellent. The presentation was comprehensive and delivered in a collaborative manner.....learnt a lot...

 

I hope you enjoy reading a selection from last months blogs.

 
 

How to Handle Complaints in the Aged Care Sector

By Harriet Witchell

With Australia’s aging population, it comes as no surprise that the demand for various aged care services continues to escalate. It is also somewhat inevitable that complaints will rise, as aged clients and their loved ones navigate their expectations and emotions in a relatively challenging time.

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6 Pillars of an Effective Fraud Prevention Program

By Harriet Witchell

Fraud is enormously detrimental to Australian organisations, with KPMG putting the average cost of each case in 2015 at $1.4 million. There can be a number of reasons why an employee commits fraud, such as personal financial pressures, personality traits, rationalisation, and opportunity.

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What are Some of the Common Causes of Workplace Fraud?

By Harriet Witchell 

When it comes to workplace fraud, it can be tempting to boil down the cause into simplistic statements, such as saying the fraudster was just “greedy and dishonest.” But of course things are generally not quite that simple, and just as plane crashes usually require at least two or three things to go wrong, in most cases of fraud, there needs to be a number of factors involved for it to occur.

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3 Reasons Why People Fail to Report Misconduct at Work

By Harriet Witchell

Sometimes when we investigate issues of misconduct and/or corruption in workplaces, we find ourselves asking – why didn’t anybody notice this earlier? Yet more often than not the answer to this question will be that people at least partially knew, but for a number of reasons they felt unable to act.

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