New Horizons:

How external counsel can help you explore and secure market entry opportunities

IR Global members offer jurisdiction-specific advice on how external counsel can help you explore & secure market entry opportunities.  The global Covid-19 pandemic may not be over, but business leaders […]

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Condon Advisory Group joins IR as the exclusive Turnaround Professionals Member in Australia

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Gavin King CA of Turnaround Professionals. Gavin has joined IR as our exclusive Turnaround Professionals Member in Australia. With a career spanning more than 40 years, including Firms such as Hungerford’s, Arthur Andersen, and Jones Condon. Schon is the Managing Principal of […]

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Condon Advisory Group joins IR as the exclusive Turnaround Professionals Member in Australia

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Schon G Condon RFD of Condon Advisory Group. Schon has joined IR as our exclusive Turnaround Professionals Member in Australia. With a career spanning more than 40 years, including Firms such as Hungerford’s, Arthur Andersen, and Jones Condon. Schon is the Managing […]

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Gavin King CA

Associate, Director of Insolvency, Condon Advisory Group

COMPLAINT MANAGEMENT IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT

A few weeks ago, I listened to a presentation by Victorian Ombudsman, Deborah Glass, about the new Good Practice Guide for Councils and Complaints. For those involved in local government complaints management (either from a governance or HR perspective) the guide is well worth a read. One of the key findings of the research regarding complaints […]

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Best Wishes from Koffels Solicitors

To all the IRG team, and our many friends and colleagues in IR Global, we send very best wishes from all of us here at Koffels Solicitors in Sydney, Australia. We are so disappointed not to be able to attend this year, but we are with you in spirit, and wish you the best conference […]

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TRAUMA INFORMED INVESTIGATIONS: ONE SIZE DOESN’T FIT ALL.

There’s been a lot of commentary of late regarding the way that workplace investigations – particularly those that relate to bullying and sexual harassment – are carried out by investigators. Trauma informed practice and taking a victim centred approach have become an important skill set for a professional investigator.But what exactly does it mean?In a […]

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COVID AND BULLYING: IS IT A THING IN TODAY’S WORKPLACE?

There’s been a lot of commentary of late regarding the COVID vaccine and the implications on the workplace and its culture. It’s fair to say that issues related to the jab – whether forcing employees to have it or not is legal or “reasonable management action” – are largely unresolved and certainly a new and […]

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YOU’VE RECEIVED A BULLYING, HARASSMENT OR MISCONDUCT COMPLAINT… NOW WHAT?

As a HR or Governance officer – in organisations big and small, government and private – you know your tradecraft.  Everything from payroll, organisational development and training to ethics, policy and compliance.  The increase in workplace issues such as bullying and sexual harassment means that skills and knowledge in these areas may not be up […]

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THE TWO TYPES OF WORKPLACE INVESTIGATIONS YOU NEED TO CONSIDER

Workplace investigations can seem like a standard response in most cases, but it’s important to note that (like with any investigation… workplace or not) there are two different approaches. It’s all part of the triage process. Think of it like a gateway process to guide your organisation, and your investigator if you engage one.  It […]

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