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THE HR BREAKFAST CLUB

Held in Canberra on the third Friday of every month from 8am-9am

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The HR Breakfast club was established in October 2016, and runs on the third Friday of every month in Canberra. To join the club for free, please click here.

News & Podcasts

News & Podcasts

Skipping breakfast today?  HR Breakfast Club News and Podcasts are great way to catch up and stay up-to-date on the latest issues and solutions in the HR industry. Listen now.

HR Documents

HR Documents

Our Corporate Partner, BAL Lawyers, has compiled a range of policies and contracts for your business. If your current documents need a revamp or you’re just starting out, please click here.

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Coming up… The HR Breakfast Club Schedule 19 October 2018 The workplace implications of Family and Domestic Violence (Continued) James Judge, Director of Australian Human Resource Professionals Pty Ltd and Associate Publisher of The Mandarin 16 November 2018 Developing your Network – the first step to Network Leadership Andrew Marshall, Account Manager at SHL 21 […]

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Industry

Choose your industry: Aged Care  This corner is for HR professionals working in the aged care industry. Finding, retaining and motivating staff is a key challenge in this growth industry. Learn more. Education  This corner is for HR professionals working in education (schools and childcare). Child protection, performance management, workplace diversity and  union management are […]

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Podcast Guest

The HR Breakfast Club podcast tackles issues facing the HR industry, with a legal spin.  If you have a particular HR passion or event, or HR experience in a particular industry, we would love to have you as a guest on our show! All our podcasts are expertly hosted by journalist and broadcaster Genevieve Jacobs, […]

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Previous Podcasts

Listen to our previous podcasts –  a new one is added monthly.

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HR Policies

HR Policies are a vital part of an organisation’s employment framework. But less can be more. As HR manager, you need to make sure your organisation: has the HR policies that it needs (and only those that it needs) has HR policies that comply with the law in a way that actually works for the […]

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About Us

About the HR Breakfast Club The HR Breakfast Club has been a running since October 2016. Established by BAL Lawyers as a meeting place for Human Resources professionals to hash out the latest HR issues in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Since it’s inception in 2016, the breakfast club has grown into a network of […]

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News

Workers Compensation and HR Issues From The Plaintiff’s Perspective: HR Breakfast Club August Summary

Workers Compensation and HR Issues From The Plaintiff’s Perspective: HR Breakfast Club August Summary

17 Sep , 2018   HR Breakfast Club Summary

This month Rahul Bedi, Associate at Maliganis Edwards Johnson, spoke about workers compensation in the ACT. The ACT system There are two types of claims which arise when a non-government worker sustains an injury during the course of their employment: No fault statutory scheme – for an injury sustained by a worker in the ACT […]

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: HR Breakfast Club July Summary

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: HR Breakfast Club July Summary

25 Jul , 2018   HR Breakfast Club Summary

This month Alex Wilson, HR specialist at EY, spoke to our HR Breakfast Club about Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. Diversity and Inclusion is intellectually simple to grasp, but highly complex to deconstruct in a meaningful way. The topic of Diversity and Inclusion draws on societal, cultural, institutional, interpersonal and individual elements as well […]

A game of snakes and ladders: restraints of trade and ladder clauses

A game of snakes and ladders: restraints of trade and ladder clauses

16 Jul , 2018   Articles

Ladder clauses have become an essential part of restraint of trade clauses in Australia. However, significant policy concerns with the use of these clauses bring into question their continued acceptance, particularly in contracts for employment. Recent decisions concerning restraints of trade and ladder clauses suggest that the courts’ patience with clauses of this kind may […]