Overview

DibbsBarker People & Workplace – Ideas to change your world!

The rising mobility of people and the changing nature and patterns of work have an impact on organisational culture, strategy and structure.

Organisations need innovative solutions for their most valuable asset – their people. To fully seize the opportunity presented by an evolving world, organisations will require radically new thinking about how to survive and thrive in a new era of business.

Employment and Industrial Relations law and how best to use it as a solution and a risk avoidance tool is gaining momentum in the boardroom. 

Our team can help you pursue cultural excellence, make the most of your talent and create magnetism. We will also redefine your risk and help you to differentiate your organisation through your people experience. 

Our team has developed strong partnerships with marketing leading consultants to assist it in the delivery of the following services to our clients:

Diagnostics

  • absenteeism, WHS incidents and workers’ compensation claims
  • turnover including replacement costs and business protection issues
  • grievances, bullying & harassment, and sexual harassment complaints
  • diversity at C-Suite and Board level
  • industrial disharmony and compliance issues.

Solutions

  • performance improvement, counselling and discipline procedures
  • 'reasonable management action’ measures
  • change management projects, structural solutions and contingent workforce management 
  • business protections strategies and dispute resolution 
  • flexible work, diversity and inclusiveness strategies
  • industrial relations strategy including Enterprise Agreements.

Leadership

  • collaboration and intergenerational engagement
  • leadership development and courageous conversations
  • building engagement, trust and loyalty and addressing cultural issues
  • diversity and inclusiveness.
Contacts
Partner
T +61 2 8233 9605
 
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Recent News and Publications
13 Jul 2017
As part of its four year review of modern awards, the Fair Work Commission has decided to insert a ‘casual conversion’ clause into most modern awards that do not already have conversion clauses in place.
30 Jun 2017
Key changes affecting Australian workplaces are about to take effect, impacting minimum wages, unfair dismissal, penalties for breaches of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (Fair Work Act) and superannuation contributions.
07 Jun 2017
The employer involved in this case[1] had commenced a misconduct investigation focusing on one of its workers. After that investigation was commenced, the worker filed a ‘stop bullying’ application under section 798FC of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).