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eWise - September 2016

Hi, and welcome to another edition of our newsletter. Thank you to everyone who has stopped to say how much they appreciate the quality blogs that are produced each week by our staff and technical writers.  This month we have just released a new white paper on Corruption and Deviant Behaviour in the Public Sector by Andrew Hedges our National Investigations Manager in Queensland. This white paper is informed by the excellent research currently being undertaken by Andrew through his PhD at Griffith University. 

Download a copy of the Corruption White Paper here!

This month I have had fun listening to some excellent speakers at both the Corruption Prevention Network annual conference and the Australian Institute of Professional Investigators annual conference. My favourite speaker was the Honourable Judge Judith Gibson from the District Court of NSW. Her  humorous and enlightening presentation on the use of social media for investigators is sure to feature in future training and blogs to the industry. 

 I am also very honoured to be able to announce my appointment as a sessional member to the Victorian Police Registration and Services Board. I am really looking forward to the challenge and meeting all the other board members later this month. 

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

If you want to see our blogs as they are released you can follow up on Facebook,  Twitter and Linkedin,  just search for WISE Workplace or click the links at the top of this email. 

 
 

The Implications of ‘Fun Loving’ Behaviour in Management

By Harriet Witchell

Do you remember the "sneaky nuts" craze? If you do, you can blame the character of Daniel as created and brought to life by Australian comedian Chris Lilley in the mockumentary series Angry Boys. He introduced us to sneaky nuts photo bombs in 2011.

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Value of Feedback for the Development of Investigative Interviewing Skills

By Harriet Witchell

Developing the skills to ask the right questions in any investigative interview or investigation is often a long and arduous journey peppered by mistakes that are only discovered when a case cannot be prosecuted or a decision upheld.

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Unfair Dismissal: Should Criminal Law Principles Apply?

By Harriet Witchell 

In the recent case of Colin Wright v AGL Loy Lang, the full bench of the Fair Work Commission (FWC) was faced with an interesting conundrum – could the criminal law Pfitzner principle be legitimately applied to a civil matter?

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Handle with Care: Making Allegations of Serious Misconduct

By Harriet Witchell

We understand that when business owners have a strong hunch regarding an employee’s dubious behaviour, their instinct can be to act in a fast and decisive manner. 

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Conducting Workplace Investigations - Advanced Training

Location: Sydney
Date: 17-19 October 2016

Location: Melbourne
Date: 30 Nov - 2 December 2016

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Investigative Interviewing Training

Location: Melbourne
Date: 8-9 November 2016

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11th National Investigation Symposium

Location: Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Date: 9-11 November 2016

Click here to register of the Investigation Symposium


 
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