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Workplace Updates Series

Tuesday 17/10/2017

7.30AM - 9.30AM

Venue: Newcastle Race Course

Address: Darling Street Broadmeadow, NSW, 2292

Cost: Free

Website: https://events.nswbc.com.au/Detail/EVE1705871

Booking URL: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/workplace-updates-seminar-newcastle-tickets-36886485471?aff=Events

Workplace Updates

The popular Workplace Updates Series is back again for the second half of the year throughout regions across the state. Workplace compliance isn’t bringing sexy back but it is protecting you from costly claims to your business and helping your business GROW. So get the basics right to make sure you are compliant to set your business up for uninterrupted growth.

Workplace Updates Seminars provide employers and professionals responsible for HR matters in the workplace with practical knowledge to assist in complying with Australian workplace legislation.

The seminar will cover the top three areas of concern faced by NSW businesses:

  • Everything you need to know about national employment standards
  • How to get your contracts, policies and awards in order
  • Accessorial liability and what it means for you and your business

Plus, updates on areas that affect you:

  • Fair Work legislation
  • Workplace compensation
  • Superannuation
  • Payroll

About the speaker - Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors (ABLA):

Trusted by Australia’s peak employer body, the Australian Chamber, as their representative to fight for employer interests in the Fair Work Commission, ABLA is recognised as one of Australia’s leading Employment Law Specialist Firms (Australasian Law Awards 2015) and the Workplace and Employment Law Firm of the year 2016 (Lawyers Weekly).

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