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Training for clinical and support staff

We’ve recently released the latest Caraniche at Work training calendar for those working at the frontline in clinical and support roles, as well leadership staff.

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References

References i Male Champions of Change (2015). Playing our part – Workplace Responses to Domestic and Family Violence. Retrieved from http://malechampionsofchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Playing-Our-Part-Male-Champions-of-Change-Letter.pdf ii Human Rights Commision (2014),  Fact sheet: Domestic and family violence – a workplace issue, a discrimination issue, Retrieved from https://www.humanrights.gov.au/sites/default/files/13_10_31_DV_as_a_workplace_issue_factsheet_FINAL6.pdf iii Pennay, DW & Powell, A. (2012). The role of bystander knowledge, attitudes and […]

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Family violence – a workplace issue

Australian workplaces are waking up to the impact of family violence. Caraniche at Work has developed a free report for HR Managers who want to take the lead.

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6 tips for providing feedback

As a manager or supervisor it’s essential to provide feedback to your team. This can be a source of angst or tension for everyone involved, so it’s important to handle it in the right way.

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Family violence - a workplace issue

Australian workplaces are waking up to the impact of family violence. Caraniche at Work has developed a free report for HR Managers who want to take the lead.

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