Tatjana Jokic is the Owner and Managing Director of JK Corporate Resourcing. Tatjana holds a BA (Psychology & Anthropology), Masters Applied Anthropology, Master of Arts (Psychology). Tatjana is a Registered Psychologist and qualified PGAP Clinician who currently works in corporate health facilitating return to work programs and rehabilitation. Tatjana has over 20 years’ experience as a Psychologist, working with individuals and organisations during this period to assist with workplace wellness, reducing the risk of psychological harm and in particular working with complex psychological claims within the health sector.
Tatjana’s expertise lies with supporting individuals and their employers return the injured/ill worker back to the workplace. Tatjana and JK Corporate Resourcing support many organisations across several states support their employees returning to work after an illness or injury. Tatjana works with stakeholders to reduce the stigma attached to psychological claims and conditions, promoting the need to treat psychological safety the same as physical safety.
Tatjana is well-versed in the welfare and corporate sector, with a specialisation in HR and management experience. Tatjana assists clients with the recruitment and selection process, the development of company policies and procedures, and the training and managing of management teams. Her strengths lie in succession planning to best utilise human capital cost effectively and motivating and building teams of staff to produce maximum output while working toward a common goal.
Tatjana has conducted organisational surveys and assessed organisational effectiveness, developed, and implemented behavioural management programs, psychometric assessment administration (individual & group-based) and developed and trained in behavioural-based assessment tools. She has clinical experience working with adolescents and adults who have a diagnosable mental illness and/or other psychological issues.
Tatjana is a member of the Standards Australia Committee on Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems which is developing a new standard for psychological health at work, and part of the working group on the International Standards Organization which is developing a new standard for safe working in a pandemic. Tatjana also sits on the NSW and Qld Councils for the Australian Rehabilitation Providers Association and sits on the executive team for the Health Benefits of Good Work campaign.