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Central Coast HR HUB Breakfast

Date Wed 23 May 2018
Duration 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Event Code EVE1806215
Region Central Coast-Gosford

Wednesday, 23rd May 2018
Julie's Place, 370 Mann Street, North Gosford
7:30am - 9:00am (arrive by 7:15am) 

Please note these events are only open to HR Professionals -To book over the phone please call 4391 0600 or email Amanda.Denichilo@nswbc.com.au

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Event Ticket 1 $45.00

NextGen in Business

Date Wed 23 May 2018
Duration 7 Hours
Event Code EVE1806034
Region Sydney South East-Sydney City

Are you ready for five generations in the workplace?

We are on the cusp of an unprecedented moment in history where there will be five generations working together in the workplace for the first time. Understanding how Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Baby Boomers and Traditionalists think differently and creating a workplace environment where everyone can thrive is the next big test for business.

Hear from key international speakers including Advisor and Netflix former talent leader, Patty McCord, and leading global and innovation transformation thinker, Tom Goodwin. This event will provide insight on how businesses will thrive by harnessing the diverse attributes of a multi generational workforce spanning 17 – 70 years of age.

Member ticket: register here

Non-Member ticket: register here
 

 

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Workplace Update Seminar - Port Macquarie

Date Wed 23 May 2018
Duration 2 Hours
Event Code EVE1806065
Region Mid North Coast-Port Macquarie

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

Networking @ Night - May 2018 - EVENT FULL

Date Wed 23 May 2018
Duration 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Event Code EVE1806131
Region Sydney South East-Sydney City

Join the NSW Business Chamber for this event as we bring together business people and give you a great opportunity to expand your business network, raise your business profile and make invaluable new business relationships with some of your fellow peers!

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Local Chamber Member 1 $70.00
Member 1 $0.00
Non-Member 1 $95.00

Workplace Update Seminar - Coffs Harbour

Date Thu 24 May 2018
Duration 2 Hours
Event Code EVE1806067
Region Mid North Coast-Coffs Harbour

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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