Ahead of the Curve – A Free webinar on Workplace Compliance and Trends in 2024

2023 saw a large swath of various employment reforms rolling through, and with 2024 promising more, it’s never been more important to have your fingers on the pulse of the ever changing industrial relations landscape.  

However, when you’ve already got a lot on your plate to manage in the professional day-to-day, it can be hard to keep up with it all.  

We’ve created this free webinar to provide you with the ultimate strategic resource to stay ahead of the curve.- This presentation will help you gain actionable insights into emerging workplace trends, hot topics, key areas of compliance, and more.  


Everything you need to know about Emerging Trends and Reforms in 2024


The Perfect Opportunity to Inform Your 2024 Planning


This Webinar will provide useful methods to help facilitate and manage new workplace reforms and trends, including:

  • Positive duty under the Respect @ Work reforms 
  • Psychosocial hazards  
  • Remote work & flexible work arrangements 
  • Changes to Enterprise Bargaining 
  • Parental Leave 
  • Practical tips to ensure compliance  
  • And more 

Mapping Out Your Workplace In 2024 


Our consultants will use their insights & experience to take you through a variety of tips & tricks on how to practically manage current & upcoming reforms, as well as emerging workplace hot topics. They will help you craft a checklist of next steps on where to go from here and set you up for success for 2024 

There will  also be time for you to ask us any questions you might have on the year gone by! You can submit your questions or ask us live about any concerns or clarifications on workplace compliance & strategy.  

This is a fantastic opportunity to hear from industry experts and glean key insights into what 2024 has in store–  we look forward to having you join us live or through the recording!  

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