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AICD Governance Snapshot: The board’s role in preventing workplace sexual harassment

The AICD encourages directors and management to work together to foster safe workplaces for their employees. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to responding to workplace sexual harassment.

Tackling the plight of homeless older women

He sees it as Australia’s shame. And he is on a mission to harness the power of the private sector to help fix it. Former property developer Robert Pradolin GAICD, who is now director and founde...

The differences between executive and non-executive directors

A recent court decision describes the legal differences between an executive director and a non-executive director.

What claims can be made against you?

Learn what to do if someone makes a claim against you.

Organisation definitions

A private company is a company that is registered as, or converts to, a proprietary company under the Corporations Act 2001 (C’th). Directors of proprietary companies have legal duties and responsibil...

UK changes reporting rules for private company directors

Privately owned companies are being asked to provide greater transparency — and regulatory changes in the UK could indicate the way forward for Australia, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

How to ask great governance questions

An ability to ask strong questions in board meetings is a critical director skill – and sometimes a terrifying reality for directors who are still learning about the organisation and its industry.

Director remuneration

The board is responsible for determining remuneration policy as well as the level and structure of compensation for both directors and senior executives.

Don’t get tripped up by directors’ liability

Andrew Yeo outlines six common liability traps that often ensnare company directors.
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