Setting The Record Straight - Employee V's Contractor in health business
Golden Gate Hotel
238 Clarendon Street
With the enormous amount of misinformation and confusion around employment structure and sub-contractor rules in health businesses, this FREE seminar will provide you with the answers and clarity to make the right decisions for you, your staff and your business.Presented by Continuing Education Australia in partnership with Fluid Health Management and Employsure, this evening information session and networking opportunity will give you the confidence your need to grow and structure your staff management the right way.
Australia’s workplace relations system is highly regulated and ever-changing, so how are employers supposed to keep up with so many rules and regulations? An accidental breach of the law can cost hundreds of thousands, after even the smallest of mistakes. How can I be sure my business is compliant?
What will you take away from the event?
You will walk away with anunderstanding of: - The Fair Work Act and the recent changes - Wage rates and the awards relevant to our industry- Risks associated with incorrectly engaging employees as contractor- How to manage difficult employees- Avoid claims with the right contracts and policies
Who should attend? Complying with the Fair Work Act is tough on any business, but the competition in the current market means this type of information is crucial for any employer. Come along and find out exactly what you need to be fully compliant so you can get back to running your business.
Finger food will be provided, and the event will be a great opportunity to network and connect with other health care business owners and professionals in your field.
The presentation will begin at 7pm, but feel free to arrive from 6:30 for drinks, food and to network. After the presentation there will be a further opportunity to chat with Employsure staff and socialise with colleagues.
The presenter for the evening:
Elizabeth Burns, Senior Employment Relations Consultant
Elizabeth holds a Master’s Degree in Business Law from Monash University, with a specialisation in Employment Law. Prior to joining Employsure, Elizabeth worked in Victoria’s health sector in the role of HR Adviser, advising a workforce of over 2,000 full time equivalent staff Elizabeth’s experience also includes working as a Workplace Relations Adviser at the Victorian employer’s chamber where she provided specialised advice to employers on day to day management and compliance with employment legislation Elizabeth has participated in the development of workplace relations policies for a major public transport provider in Melbourne, as well as project work consulting with Victoria’s local councils on the creation of their industry specific Modern Award Elizabeth joined Employsure in 2014. She embraces the opportunity to assist clients to navigate their obligations under the Modern Award system, advising on ways to implement practical solutions and ensure compliance with Australia’s complex employment relations and workplace health and safety systems.
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