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Workplace Relations Conference

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The federal government’s Industrial Relations (IR) laws have passed with the Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes) Act 2023 and Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes No 2) Act 2024 already amending parts of the Fair Work Act 2009(‘FW Act’).

These changes will significantly impact businesses of all sizes but you don’t need to tackle them alone.

Join us at our inaugural Workplace Relations Conference in Brisbane on Thursday, 20 June 2024 to learn practical steps you can implement in your business to be prepared for these changes.

HR Managers, WHS Advisors, recruitment personnel, business owners and compliance officers – this conference is for you. Can’t make it? We’ll also be live streaming the conference from the event.

Conference topics will include sessions on the IR reform matters employers need to be aware of, including:

  • An overview of the IR reforms agenda
  • Casual employment and employee- driven conversion requests
  • A bargaining workshop
  • What the right to disconnect means for employer contact with employees
  • A case review presentation (Fair Work Commission invited)
  • Psychosocial hazards, how to identify them, and looking after you and your team.

We’ll also be joined by the Fair Work Ombudsman to understand its compliance focus, and common traps employers can fall into.


Conference details:

Date: Thursday, 20 June 2024
Time: 9:00am to 4:30pm
Venue: The Westin Brisbane
Address: 111 Mary St, Brisbane
Business Chamber Queensland member price: $295 per person + GST
Non member price: $395 per person + GST
Live stream price:
$195 per person + GST

Post Conference Networking drinks:
Time: 
4:45pm to 7:00pm
Venue: The Westin Brisbane
Ticket price: 
$60 per person + GST

For members only. Click 'get tickets' and enter the email address associated with your Business Chamber Queensland membership in Discount or access code box and click apply. This will apply your member discount.


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