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Given the current state of mental health in Australian workplaces, it's crucial for employers to identify early warning signs and take steps to prevent "little issues" from becoming bigger ones.
Watch this HR Daily Premium webcast to understand key issues and opportunities for intervention. Centre for Corporate Health director of psychological services Rachel Clements will discuss:
Rachel Clements is the director of psychological services at the Centre for Corporate Health, which she co-founded in 1999. As the principal psychologist, Rachel is an expert advisor and speaker on all topics related to mental health, resilience and wellbeing.
Rachel's training programs and keynotes offer a new lens through which employees and executives alike can shift their attention inward and sharpen their focus on what they can do to create psychologically safe workplaces.
Visit the Centre for Corporate Health website.
Increased remote and hybrid working models have intensified employers' performance management challenges. Are your processes adapting in line with developing risks?
In this HR Daily Premium webcast, Clayton Utz partner Amanda Lyras will discuss some of today's key performance management challenges, including:
And she will cover the lessons from recent case law for taking action on poor performance, including with regard to:
Amanda Lyras is an experienced advisor in all aspects of employment law. Her practice is diverse and encompasses the lifecycle of the employment relationship, including managing complex underperformance and dismissal matters.
Amanda is attuned to the critical issues that can arise in employee relations matters and is recognised by her clients as a practical thinker with excellent technical skills. Amanda has been listed as a 'Rising Star' in the Doyle's Guide Employment & WHS Rising Stars category.
Visit the Clayton Utz website.