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Who are you at work? Some musings on identity.

"…forms of organizing, the institutional structures of employment, and the experiences of workers are intimately tied to what people do, how they do it, and to the social order that shapes and is created by work" - Prof. Stephen R. Barley,...
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CASE STUDY: Regional and Rural Career Transition

THE FACTS Employees impacted: 35 Locations: 57% based rurally Length of project: 16 months Client contact: Human Resource Director
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Emotions in the Workplace: Competitive Advantage or Unnecessary Pain?

Why are emotions such a hot topic in the workplace right now? This question was the start of an enthralling conversation with Professor Peter Jordan from Griffith University and Sally Kirkright, CEO of Access EAP at our recent In Conversation series...
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CASE STUDY: Large Scale Site Shutdown & Career Transition - Oil & Gas Industry

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The (organisational) career is not dead

This was the argument of Professor David Guest, from Kings College London who spoke recently to a group of HR Directors at a joint Trevor-Roberts/Griffith Business School event. Professor Guest gave three pieces of evidence to back this.
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What is the difference between coaching & mentoring?

Despite there being endless information available on the difference between mentoring and coaching, we are continually asked about the nuances of both and which one is more suitable in certain situations.  In this blog, we have simplified the...
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Tales of Tenacity and Triumph: The History of Australia’s Working Women

The history of the Australian working woman is long, complex and packed with stories of tenacity and triumph, inequality and injustice. Looking back at the struggles and victories of the women who came before us, we gain an appreciation for what we...
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Have you given up on your employees during times of change?

Organisations must innovate the way that they view and respond to the automation of roles as technology continues to change the way the world works.
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7 reasons why businesses need career transition/outplacement support

For many HR professionals and leaders, it may seem counterintuitive (or just a waste of money!) to invest in the welfare of departing staff, especially those whom an organisation has targeted to leave for a specific reason.
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