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Talent Trends 2018: June Summary

22 Jun , 2018 HR Breakfast Club Summary

Talent Trends 2018: June Summary

In June, the HR Breakfast Club was treated to a presentation by Andy Batstone, National Further Education Manager at the global HR services company Randstad Education, who shared the results from the 2018 Randstad Talent Trends Report. Focusing on the emerging role of HR professionals as “talent navigators”, Andy offered his insights on how to […]

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Family Violence and the Workplace: May Summary

18 May , 2018 HR Breakfast Club Summary

Family Violence and the Workplace: May Summary

This month James Judge, CEO of the Australian Human Resource Professionals, spoke about the workplace implications of domestic and family violence. What is Family Violence? There are different definitions of domestic and family violence but we are generally moving towards a broader understanding of what family violence is and who it might effect. How Can […]

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Salary Overpayments And Deductions: HR Breakfast Club April Summary

17 Apr , 2018 HR Breakfast Club Summary

Salary Overpayments And Deductions: HR Breakfast Club April Summary

Salary Overpayments and Deductions – The Limits of the Law This month John Wilson, Managing Legal Director at Bradley Allen Love, spoke about recovering salary overpayments from employees. John Wilson is Canberra’s leading employment lawyer. He is the Managing Legal Director at Bradley Allen Love and has been a NSW Law Society accredited specialist in […]

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Wellbeing at work: HR Breakfast Club March Summary

17 Mar , 2018 HR Breakfast Club Summary

Wellbeing at work: HR Breakfast Club March Summary

DEVELOPING A WELLNESS PROGRAM BUSINESS CASE This month, guest speaker, Lauren Sayers €“ Deputy HR Manager at the ANU spoke about the importance of developing a wellbeing program for the workplace, and some tips on how to implement one successfully. Lauren is an ACT Australian HR Institute (AHRI) Council member & forum convenor and has 15+ years […]

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Workplace Privacy – February HR Breakfast Club Summary

17 Feb , 2018 HR Breakfast Club Summary

Workplace Privacy – February HR Breakfast Club Summary

The focus of Australian labour law continues to move beyond securing core industrial rights regarding wages, towards issues surrounding wellbeing, mental health, reputation and workplace privacy. Speaking on workplace privacy and surveillance, Rebecca”s presentation focused on: whatprivacy legislation applies to your organisation(noting that all employers are subject to legislation surrounding the privacy of Tax File […]

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