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Sydney in Focus Breakfast Breifing - Quay Quarter

Date Wed 20 Jun 2018
Duration 1 Hour 15 Minutes
Event Code EVE1806238

Sydney Business Chamber presents the Quay Quarter with speakers,

Fred Holt, Architect and Partner at 3XN
Murray Middleton, Head of Office and Mixed Us - Development, AMP Capital
Eve Clark, Design Director, AMP Capital

This event is open exclusively to Sydney First, Western Sydney First or a Corporate Connections members, by invitation only.

Sydney Business Chamber thanks its supporting partner in this event, AMP Capital.

 

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Workplace Update Seminar - Ballina

Date Wed 20 Jun 2018
Duration 2 Hours
Event Code EVE1806097
Region Northern Rivers-Ballina

Are your casuals really casual?

‘Wage theft is a new business model for too many employers’ says Sally McManus, Secretary of the ACTU.

Casual workers and independent contractors are at the heart of a bitter national debate fuelled by a revitalised union movement.

Employers must contend with flawed workplace legislation, an increasingly litigious workforce, and a hard-nosed regulator (Fair Work Ombudsman) with increased powers to prosecute and punish. The risk to business is escalating.

Making up over 20% of our workforce, growing numbers of employers are being penalised for failing to meettheir obligations to casual workers under the relevant modern award – mostly through oversight.

High risk surrounds a ‘regular and systematic’ casual, due to potential classification as a permanent employee by the Ombudsman. Resulting claims of underpayment and unfair dismissal can open the door to hefty back payments for leave, plus fines of up to $63,000 per breach.

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Member 1 $0.00
Local Chamber Member 1 $0.00
Non-Member 1 $30.00

Business after Hours hosted by Peoplecare

Date Wed 20 Jun 2018
Duration 2 Hours
Event Code EVE1806180
Region Illawarra & South East NSW-Wollongong

Peoplecare

 

The last hurrah! Come enjoy some refreshments and special memories as we send off local Peoplecare CEO Michael Bassingthwaighte AM into retirement.

Michael has been a respected business leader in our local area since 1973 and at Peoplecare from 1982. In that time Michael has led Peoplecare’s contribution to local charities, community events and contracting services with local businesses, picking up a swag of business awards along the way.

Peoplecare, the Wollongong-based not-for-profit health insurer, has enjoyed sustained success during Michael’s tenure, evolving from a closed medical fund for Lysaght’s steelworkers to today’s health fund open to all Australians. Michael has brought his calm business savvy to the job along with his strong ethical desire to do the right thing by people. This has served Peoplecare very well, as it continues to outperform the health insurance industry on member growth, member satisfaction, customer service, employment growth and employee satisfaction.

Peoplecare’s latest accolades include being named an Aon Best Employer in 2017, achieving the highest Net Supporters score of any open health fund and earning the title of the number 1 call centre of all health funds (both from Ipsos research 2017).

Michael’s success continues to flow back in benefits to the Illawarra. Peoplecare employs around 175 staff and has been adding around 25 full-time jobs each year to its four local locations, reducing the need for many thankful locals having to commute to Sydney for rewarding work.

Wollongong’s “much loved boss” deserves a toast or two. Come celebrate in style to farewell Michael and join Peoplecare in welcoming Dr Melinda Williams to the role of CEO.

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Member 1 $0.00
Local Chamber Member 1 $45.00

Albury Regional Leadership Exchange Presentation

Date Thu 21 Jun 2018
Duration 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Event Code EVE1806242
Region Murray-Riverina-Albury

The NSW Business Chamber invites you to a presentation with renowned CEO whisperer, author & leadership expert Mr Anthony Howard. Anthony is a mentor and confidant to senior leaders in large public companies across four continents and almost every sector of industry.

During his 10-year global dialogue, he has mentored more than 150 influencers from the business, academic, military and social sectors. He even mentors the Chamber’s very own CEO, Stephen Cartwright. “I have had the privilege of working closely with Anthony Howard as my mentor for some time now. Anthony’s global leadership insight and deep understanding of human behaviour provides me a source of wisdom. He creates a space for me to test my thinking, and helps me maintain a healthy balance between life and work, the long term and the short term.”

Having just returned from a round of US & UK Leadership meetings and Presentations, Anthony will speak about contemporary business and leadership strategies, providing insights gathered through his many senior global business relationships.

Anthony will also discuss the upcoming renowned human centred leadership program, The Regional Leadership Exchange.

As a mentor and coach Anthony helps leaders navigate complex, demanding environments so that they can perform and lead at their best. A CEO, entrepreneur, thought leader, philosopher and author who has made a life out of developing successful business leaders.

Event details: 21 June Breakfast, 7.30am – 9.00am Atura Albury Cost: FREE Register now, limited seats available!

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Complimentary 1 $0.00

Workplace Update Seminar - CBD

Date Thu 21 Jun 2018
Duration 2 Hours
Event Code EVE1806059
Region Sydney South East-Sydney City

Are your casuals really casual?

‘Wage theft is a new business model for too many employers’ says Sally McManus, Secretary of the ACTU.

Casual workers and independent contractors are at the heart of a bitter national debate fuelled by a revitalised union movement.

Employers must contend with flawed workplace legislation, an increasingly litigious workforce, and a hard-nosed regulator (Fair Work Ombudsman) with increased powers to prosecute and punish. The risk to business is escalating.

Making up over 20% of our workforce, growing numbers of employers are being penalised for failing to meettheir obligations to casual workers under the relevant modern award – mostly through oversight.

High risk surrounds a ‘regular and systematic’ casual, due to potential classification as a permanent employee by the Ombudsman. Resulting claims of underpayment and unfair dismissal can open the door to hefty back payments for leave, plus fines of up to $63,000 per breach.

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Qty Ticket For Price
Member 1 $0.00
Local Chamber Member 1 $0.00
Non-Member 1 $30.00

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