Industrial and workplace relations can be an area fraught with complexity and heightened emotions especially following the COVID-19 outbreak. With changes in the pipeline in a range of areas from enterprise bargaining, labour hire, casual workers, right-of-entry changes and more, it's critical to understand the implications of the current environment.
Thomson Reuters' Industrial & Workplace Relations Conference is taking place in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth in October 2020. The conference will look at implications of COVID-19 on the Australian workplace, restructuring and redundancy, unfair dismissal and adverse actions, casual employment, enterprise wage bargaining, workplace bullying, workplace investigations, labour hire reform and the latest developments in employment relations and IR Laws. For all those wanting to understand and navigate the complexities of industrial and workplace relations, this conference is a must-attend.
Testimonials from 2019 attendees:
"So much knowledge in one day's presentation."
"Well structured- variety of topics assists with engagement."
"Great content between legal & 'practical'."
"The whole day has been incredibly interesting & filled with practical information to take away & put immediately into practice in the workplace."