Following the implementation of the new bullying provisions of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) on 1st January 2014, lawyers, HR professionals and business owners need to be more aware than ever of how to conduct best practice workplace investigations into allegations of bullying and other inappropriate behaviours. This event will provide guidance on the conduct of fair and rigorous workplace investigations.
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Identify risks associated with conducting and managing investigations and the importance of employer risk management
- Feel confident in deciding who will investigate and identifying the scope of the investigation and commencing the investigation process
- Conduct a procedurally fair investigation
- Apply lessons from case law to ensure that they avoid conducting a ‘fundamentally flawed’ investigation
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About your Speaker
- Bachelor of Laws (with Honours), University of Melbourne, 1990
- Bachelor of Arts (major in Psychology), University of Melbourne, 1990
- Victorian Bar Readers Course and practising at the Victorian Bar, 1995 –96
- Member, Victorian Alternative Dispute Resolution Association since 2005
- LEADR Mediation Workshop Course, 2005
- Mediation Accreditation with LEADR, 2006
- Gazetted Mediator for Dispute Settlement Centre Victoria, 2007
Grevis’ career has encompassed legal, policy and complaint handling roles in peak bodies, and the public and private sector.
Since 2007, Grevis has been a director and co-founder of Worklogic. Since 2007, Worklogic has assisted employers to minimise and manage behaviour risk in the workplace.
Grevis and his colleagues resolve workplace conflict and improve workplace culture by conducting independent investigations, reviews, mediations and targeted training on workplace behaviours. Grevis therefore has a legal background which he brings to his current role at Worklogic as a director, but does not currently practice as a lawyer.
Adept at communicating with a wide variety of audiences, Grevis is a sought-after trainer. His personable style ensures that participants understand and engage in the material. Most recently, in collaboration with two Worklogic colleagues, Grevis has recently co-written a ground-breaking 364 page book for HR practitioners entitled, “Effective Workplace Investigations: A Practical Guide for Australian HR Professionals”.
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