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Workplace Investigations: When They're Necessary, and How to Conduct Them

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Here at Barringtons, our team has extensive experience conducting corporate investigations across a wide
variety of different industries.
We appreciate that each and every business is unique, as are the specific challenges facing them. This demands a tailored approach to investigations, which Barringtons is able to provide thanks to the diverse backgrounds and varied skill sets of our team.
Of course, it’s also important for organisations and their leaders to have a base level of knowledge about investigations, and when they are needed. There are a variety of different scenarios that may arise within a business that require workplace investigations to be carried out. This can be an incredibly delicate process, and it’s vital to understand exactly
what an appropriate workplace investigation looks like and how to approach the situation.

Organisational Resilience: A Guide to Crisis and Emergency Management

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A high degree of organisational resilience is one of the most unseen but valuable aspects of any business. 


It can make the difference between a company surviving and going under after a serious incident. Far too many businesses and business leaders ignore organisational resilience, or don’t give it the time and resources required to ensure effective measures are in place.

What Constitutes A Good Risk Management Strategy?

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A risk management strategy is a calculated approach by an organisation to identify, minimise and control potential
business threats.
The plans that are developed as part of a strategy play a key role in the protection of your business and detail clear protocol for mitigating risk.
But how do you build a risk management strategy in the first place? What does a good strategy look like? Where do businesses go wrong? Let’s explore the ins-and-outs of risk management strategy.

Do you Know the Cost of Hiring the Wrong Club Executive?

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The recruitment process can take a considerable amount of time - especially when you’re looking for your next club executive.
A new report from Glassdoor Economic Research found that the average interview process takes 23 days - up from 13 in 2011. This jumps to nearly 60 days when the vacant position is at the executive level. Now imagine, after all that time, you hire the candidate and quickly realise that they were completely wrong for the job.

It happens more often than you think.
According to recent recruitment research, 10 per cent of employee turnover in Australia is the result of poor hiring decisions. In fact, 65 per cent of Australian HR managers admit they have hired an employee who did not meet expectations. And these hiring mistakes certainly come at a cost.

How Security Risk Assessments Can Minimise the Threat of Terrorism

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There are a few facets of operating a business in Australia that nobody likes to think about.
Near the top of the list is the possibility of a terrorist attack, or other violent situations such as armed robbery. While the likelihood of these is relatively low in Australia compared to other parts of the world, it’s essential to be prepared. This is where security risk assessments and risk management play a vital role, with the Barringtons team having the skills and experience required to assist both businesses and government bodies with solutions that minimise danger.

By taking this comprehensive approach, your organisation can enjoy peace of mind that there’s a plan in place for any situation.

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