The Fair Work Summit 2011 assesses legislation

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The Fair Work Summit 2011 assesses legislation

The Fair Work Summit 2011, to be held 16 to 17 May, Sydney Harbour Marriott, at Circular Quay, will look at the evolving industrial relations legislation, in order to help businesses with the impact of new changes and amendments on their enterprise.

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The Fair Work Summit 2011, to be held 16 to 17 May, Sydney Harbour Marriott, at Circular Quay, will look at the evolving industrial relations legislation, in order to help businesses with the impact of new changes and amendments on their enterprise.
 
As a key industry event, the summit will provide an unrivalled opportunity to network and meet with seasoned experts in the industrial relations field. Attendees will receive relevant, practical examples of how to go about changing their company IR structures and practices, finding out what changes need to be made in order to maintain compliance with Fair Work Australia legislation.
 
Industry experts

The Fair Work Summit 2011’s leading industry experts and peers will share their thoughts and tell you all about their implementation approach:
  • Eric Abetz, Shadow Minister Employment and Relations
  • Steven Amendola, Partner, Blake Dawson
  • David Davies, Partner, Workplace Relations and Safety, Sparke Helmore Lawyers David Bates, Manager, Employment Relations Officer, Workforce Guardian
  • Darren Perry, Partner, Freehills
  • Tony Vernier, Managing Director, Australian Business Lawyers
  • Aaron Goonrey, Senior Associate, Lander and Rogers
  • Mark Sant, Partner, Gadens Lawyers
  • Nicholas Wilson, Fair Work Ombudsman
  • Renato Marasco, Group Manager — Industrial Relations, Skilled Group Limited
  • Sharlene Wellard, Partner, Piper Alderman
  • Joe Catanzariti, Partner, Clayton Utz
  • Paul Strong, Executive Director, COSBOA
  • Caryn Cridland, Workplace Mediation Specialist, Mindful Mediation, Lecturer, University of Technology Sydney.
Summit topics
 
Key issues to be addressed at Fair Work Summit 2011 include:
  • the Coalition perception of the IR landscape
  • effective application of NES
  • unpaid parental leave as prescribed by the National Employment Standards
  • Paid Parental Leave Act 2010
  • annual wage review 2010–11
  • awards modernisation and enterprise award modernisation
  • sound and compliant good faith bargaining
  • prosecution and union right of entry
  • protected industrial action
  • mediated dispute resolution.
Who should attend the Fair Work Summit 2011?
  • employee relations managers
  • employment lawyers
  • managing directors
  • heads of business units/divisions
  • CEOs
  • human resources managers/directors
  • industrial relations managers
  • workplace relations managers
  • union representatives
  • CFOs
  • business development directors.
For more information and to register, visit the Summit website.
 
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