Why is your staff so tired?
Personnel managers,evices and human resources managers are at the top of the list of the job seekers who have the most concerns about their workplace.
There are also concerns about a lack of support, and how they are paid.
The Lad wrote that it has seen some staff feel they have been treated unfairly and unfairly.
A report released by the Royal Australian Institute of Marine Science in November revealed that the number of employees being treated unfairly was “not insignificant” at 26.3 per cent.
The study also found that nearly 70 per cent of respondents who were treated unfairly felt they had not been treated fairly.
The Royal Society of Marine and Aviation Medical Officers (RSMASM) said the issue of unequal pay was a growing concern for staff.
RSMASL chief executive Dr David Leake said there had been an increase in the number and severity of workplace incidents involving employee mistreatment over the past year.
“Staff are not alone in this.
The workplace is not the only place where this happens.
There’s a lack in social support and support in terms of training and training in what to do when there’s a complaint about a staff member,” he said.
Dr Leake urged staff to make sure they were supported during complaints, and to be aware of the workplace and social support services available to them.
He also recommended that staff report any complaints to a senior person who could take action.
Mr Ritchie said there were many ways for staff to feel safe, but he was not convinced that staff had been properly trained.
In the last 12 months, the Royal Victorian Police said there has been an “upsurge in violence and intimidation against women and people of colour”.
In its annual report on the workplace, the police chief said there was a “growing number of complaints” and “a growing number of incidents of physical and verbal abuse against employees”.
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) said it was aware of a “culture of intimidation and harassment” that was being experienced by its female employees.
RAN chief executive officer, Lt Col Elizabeth Wilson, said there have been “increases” of “aggressive behaviour” and verbal attacks directed towards women staff.
“There is a culture of intimidation around the workplace,” she said.
“It’s affecting us, it’s affecting our culture, and we need to address it.”
The RAN has an Equal Opportunity Policy and is committed to ensuring that the workplace is a safe and respectful environment.
Department of Human Services and Employment spokesperson Kate Whelan said the department was working with RAN to address the workplace culture.
Workplace safety and protection is a critical component of the Department of Human Resources and Employment’s (DHREE) job and career planning and recruitment programs, she said in a statement.
Employers should provide a safe workplace environment, which is conducive to work, work and life, Ms Whelann said.