• Australian citizenship – who is in and who is out?

    Dominic O'Sullivan     |      August 1, 2017

    Recent activity in the Australian Senate has us questioning who is Australian? Australia shares high level national security information with some of the jurisdictions that Canavan, Ludlam, Waters and perhaps Banks and Roberts hold citizenship with, yet we find their citizens threatening. Dominic O’Sullivan considers this and the amendment of the constitution to allow four-year parliamentary terms.

  • Does the Bystander Effect exist in workforce cyberbullying?

    Charmein Madden     |      July 28, 2017

    Would you step in if you knew a colleague was being cyberbullied? Charmein Madden considers whether a well-known phenomenon called the Bystander Effect exists in workplace cyberbullying and whether the relationship we have with the victim makes a difference.

  • Engaging large employers in return-to-work strategies

    Catherine Fritz-Kalish     |      July 25, 2017

    The Second Roundtable in the GAP Recovery at Work series focused on strategies to encourage recovery at work after soft tissue injuries and how to ‘Engage Large Employers in Best Practice’. Catherine Fritz-Kalish, Managing Director of Global Access Partners, releases the 2017 Roundtable findings through Open Forum.