Practical tips for practitioners delivered by experienced industrial relations professionals”.
Topics covered will include:
“Reporting on investigations on WHS matters” – This
practical session will use actual incidents to guide the practitioner through the process of dealing with notifiable WHS incidents and drafting a comprehensive report for their client. - Graham Evans - Legal Practitioner
“Labour immigration in Australia:
The implications for industrial relations”
Chris Wright’s presentation examines the benefits and challenges on existing policy arrangements with a particular focus on IR issues:
“Recent significant Fair Work Commission decisions” –
Commissioner Johns OAM - will discuss recent significant Fair Work Commission decisions that will be of interest for all attendees.
Crista Lenard - "K & L Gates" will look at the usefulness
of independent medical examinations in the workplace.
“Post Employment Obligations - Confidential Information,
Restraints of Trade and Protection and Enforcement – Justin Le Blond –HWL Ebsworth
“Workplace Investigations – time to reform our thinking?” –
Mark Paul – Bartier Perry
“Extreme Contracts” – Dan Dwyer - Employers are seeking
for ways to reduce costs, and this presentation considers some novel employment contracts and contractor arrangements and asks whether these arrangements are "pushing the envelope" too far.
“IR and the Challenges of Change Management” – Pranav
Bhatt – Transport for NSW
Managing change is complex. Could a methodical approach and bringing people along the journey be your keys to success?
Should you wish to find out more about this day click here to contact the organiser John Counter.
If you would like to take advantage of the Member Only fee for this event and have yet to join irsnsw please click here to go to the membership application page.