Are you across important Fair Work changes?

by HCA24 Oct 2013

The Early Bird discount ends on Monday for the Employment Law for HR Managers Masterclass.

CLICK HERE to register now.

The program is attracting a huge amount of interest from HR practitioners who need to be across the most important and complex legal issues affecting Australian workplaces right now and into 2014. Topic highlights include the anti-bullying amendments to the Fair Work Act commencing 1 January, advice on how to protect your organisation from adverse action claims, and insights into managing mental health in the workplace.

The Employment Law for HR Managers masterclass provides a unique opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of the practical implications of key legislative changes, workplace trends and court decisions as presented by Australia’s leading employment lawyers.

This is your last opportunity to save at least $300 per person on registration for the following dates and locations:

  • Melbourne – Thursday 21st November
  • Brisbane – Tuesday 26th November
  • Sydney – Thursday 28th November 

CLICK HERE to view the program and to register.

The Early Bird discount ends on Monday 28th October.


  • by RivercityIR 28/10/2013 7:42:21 AM

    Still amuses me why people pay such ridiculous amounts of money to go see lawyers speak about things that you can find and read yourself off the net or FWC directly.

  • by Cameron 29/10/2013 3:59:26 PM

    Hi RivercityIR, thanks for your comment!

    While it is true that legal information is provided for free (all good laws are easily accessible) from a variety of sources (including this website when we report on changes), nothing can beat a talk with a professional in the field.

    The HC Masterclasses are a fantastic opportunity for our readers to really get to the crux of certain issues and delve deeper into the legal processes. They are designed to go beyond what can be read on the page.

  • by Anonymous 11/11/2013 7:54:05 AM

    I personally think that whenever any changes are made, the government should hold sessions like these. I sometimes struggle to keep up/fully understand how to apply changes mainly because I'm a one person show.
    I'd attend, however the cost is just too high out of pocket and my director won't front it unfortunately.

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