Check in time – 7.30 am
Session start – 8.00 am
Session finish – 9.30 pm
An audience with the Fair Work Ombudsman
The Fair Work Ombudsman, Sandra Parker PSM, recently announced the FWO’s Compliance and Enforcement priorities for 2019-20.
With a growing list of high profile employers finding issues in their business, it’s important to get workplace compliance right.
Sandra will discuss the key role of Human Resource professionals in promoting effective compliance, as well as practical guidance on how to resolve workplace issues. She will also give an outline of the compliance and enforcement priorities and highlight lessons HR practitioners could learn from recent experience/prosecutions.
By attending this forum you will gain an understanding of the FWO role. An understanding of the FWO’s compliance and enforcement priorities and additionally tips for HR practitioners in light of recent prosecutions.
Senior employees who have visibility over risk and compliance within their organisation will gain valuable information from this forum.
In-house counsel, employment lawyers, HR professionals, Employee Relations Professionals, compliance professionals including company secretaries will find this forum informative.
Speaker: Sandra Parker, Fair Work Ombudsman
Sandra Parker PSM was appointed to the position of Fair Work Ombudsman for a 5 year term on 15 July 2018.
Prior to her appointment, Sandra served as Deputy Secretary at the Department of Jobs and Small Business and its predecessors for eight years. She was Deputy Secretary, Employment Services and Deputy Secretary, Workplace Relations and Economic Strategy.
Sandra’s previous roles span across Commonwealth and State and include serving as the head of the Office of the Australian Safety and Compensation Council, a tripartite national body that oversaw the establishment of national occupational health and safety and workers’ compensation policy and standards.
Sandra has held various policy and program management roles in vocational education and training at Commonwealth and state government levels. She began her career as a teacher working in Tasmania, Canberra and London. Sandra holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Tasmania and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She is also an alumnus of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and the Australia New Zealand School of Government.
Sandra was awarded a Public Service Medal for her outstanding contribution to workplace relations policy and program delivery in 2018.
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Registration closes Saturday 14 October 2019
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