How will the Abbott Govt change HR and IR?

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How will the Abbott Govt change HR and IR?

The new government’s legislative and regulatory agenda hasn’t yet been set, but there are some indications of changes in store in workplace relations, workplace safety, employee awards, vocational education and training, apprenticeships and key planks of the Fair Work Act such as bullying and parental leave. Should you be worried?

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Although the Coalition Government has moved quickly to put its stamp on several areas of policy, it’s not yet clear how the change in government will impact the day-to-day work of HR and IR professionals.
 
The new government’s legislative and regulatory agenda hasn’t yet been set, but there are some indications of changes in store in workplace relations, workplace safety, employee awards, vocational education and training, apprenticeships and key planks of the Fair Work Act such as bullying and parental leave.
 
Should you be worried? To help you get a clearer picture of the future landscape for HR and IR, WorkplaceInfo has gathered a team of experts to discuss what’s likely to happen in these important areas at a free webinar available to WorkplaceInfo subscribers, After Australia’s Longest Election Campaign — What Next for Employers?
 
Mark your calendar for Tuesday, 30 October at 12 pm to hear WorkplaceInfo’s publisher/content manager Dr Ray Welling moderate a discussion between:
    • Joe Murphy — Director Workplace Relations, Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors
    • Shirley Murphy — WorkplaceInfo columnist and adjunct lecturer in superannuation and tax at Macquarie University
    • Andrew Williams — General Manager, Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre
Register now for your chance to send your questions along ahead of time to have them answered by our panellists. You’ll also be able to ask questions live during the webinar.
 
Don’t miss this opportunity to listen to expert views on the coming HR and IR landscape under a Coalition Government, and to ask your own questions.
 
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