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8:30AM - 10:30AM
17A Devonport Rd,
Miandetta TAS 7310
There are many Australian businesses unaware of how to manage their obligations under the Fair Work Act. Join us to learn about the top five features you must include in your employment contracts.
This seminar is designed for business owners and employers. After the seminar, you will have the knowledge and confidence to approach any employment issue.
Corinne holds Bachelor’s degree qualifications in Law and Business (Human Resource Management), with a special interest in employment law.
From her previous role as a generalist Human Resource Manager for 170 staff, Corinne has extensive experience in policy development and implementation, performance management, return-to-work coordination, and strategy development for effective staff performance.
Corinne’s expertise lays in the customer service industry, with over 13 years’ experience throughout the Restaurant, Hospitality, and Licensed Clubs Industries. Her ability lies in being able to understand and relate to the practical realities faced by small business in effectively managing their staff. With an exceedingly high level of attention to detail, Corinne understands the importance and impact effective policy development, implementation and management can have in assisting a business in reaching its strategic objectives.
As a proud Novocastrian, Corinne is passionate about partnering with small business throughout Newcastle and Hunter region, creating tailored and realistic solutions to help businesses achieve best practice solutions.
Michael has worked in a variety of different industries including, retail, hospitality, education and the public sector.
Graduating with a Diploma in Hotel Management and a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and History, Michael’s interest in employee relations was sparked when he was the Assistant Manager of a hotel in charge of Human Resources.
Since then, Michael moved into a full time Human Resources Officer position. In this role Michael also became a qualified Trainer and Assessor and coordinated the establishments work and safety committee.
Michael then spent five years working with the national workplace regulator. First as an Industrial Relations Advisor and then as a Fair Work Inspector.
Joining Employsure as an Employment Relations Consultant in 2016, Michael has utilised his experience in both the public and private sectors to ensure he is able to provide real and effective employment relations solutions to all his Employsure clients.
Amanda has a very diverse and varied employment background, which largely centred around the operations of small to medium business enterprises.
Following the completion of a Bachelor of Science (Physics and Mathematics) at James Cook University, Amanda joined the Queensland Government Department of Public Works (formerly QBuild) where she spent most of her time as the Senior Procurement Officer. Her role included dealing with government departments and local small businesses in purchasing and contracting. During this time Amanda was nominated in the Emerging Leaders Program, where she was afforded the opportunity to study a Masters in Business Administration at James Cook University.
It was through the completion of this degree that Amanda took the leap into private enterprise and operated her own business for a period of eight years with office locations in Darwin, Cairns, Townsville, Mt Isa and Mackay. Experiencing first-hand the challenges of business, Amanda took time to complete a Bachelor of Laws at James Cook University to better facilitate her business operations.
This study lead to an opportunity to divest from the business and focus on work health and safety systems, employment relations, and business development for a national group of companies employing hundreds of employees and contractors in every state and territory of Australia.
In May 2016, Amanda joined Employsure as an Employment Relations Field Consultant in the North Queensland area. Amanda brings exceptional local knowledge and an in depth understanding of employee relations to clients to deliver practical solutions to business.
Kegan is a dynamic employment relations practitioner, with diverse experience in representing employees and advising small and medium sized business. Kegan is committed to ensuring fairness in workplaces for business owners, managers and employees.
Coming from a specialised industrial relations background, Kegan is highly experienced across all facets of strategic human resources management, including employee relations, performance management and advocacy.
Kegan has a vast amount of experience in successfully dealing with complex employment related issues, and providing the tools and know-how to effectively mitigate human resources risk.
He prides himself on delivering the right solutions for clients, in terms that they can easily understand.
Sarah is a generalist human resources professional who takes exceptional pride in assisting employers navigate complex workplace relations legislation, in order to achieve the best outcomes for the business and employees.
After graduating from Edith Cowan University with a double major in Human Resources Management and Anthropology/Sociology, Sarah gained extensive experience working in the mining industry in Perth, and the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Following this, she ran a successful consulting practice for four years, working with small to medium sized businesses.
Sarah’s ability to work closely with employers to ensure they understand their rights and obligations in complex situations allows clients to manage their employment relations issues with confidence, particularly with Employsure always by their side.
Before joining Employsure, Richard practiced as an independent Employment Relations Consultant, advising a wide range of small to medium businesses in all areas of workplace relations and human resources. While representing clients on matters such as unfair dismissal, general protections and underpayment of wage claims, Richard built a strong understanding of the processes and strategies needed to defend a rage of Fair Work claims.
During his career, Richard held senior roles with large employers, building a broad range of people management skills and an ability to communicate overall goals of the business to a diverse range of employees.
Whilst studying a Bachelor of Business and Administration, majoring in Employment Relations, Richard received a scholarship from the Griffith University Business Faculty to participate in an exchange program with the University of Hong Kong. Whilst here, Richard was privileged enough to study International Business Communications and Strategic Human Resource Management which helped him gain an insight on international management strategies and practices. His studies also saw Richard gain a certificate IV in Workplace Health and Safety.
Through his outstanding knowledge and experience, Richard helps Employsure clients, across varying industries, achieve complete peace of mind.
Ibrahim has an extensive background in human resources and industrial relations, stemming from his time working in human resource generalist roles within large corporations in the private sector.
His specialty areas include policy development and implementation, performance management, employment and work health and safety compliance, training and development, Enterprise Bargaining Agreements and working through claims such as unfair dismissals and general protections.
Ibrahim’s strength lies in his ability to provide commercial advice to small and medium enterprises in a pragmatic way, allowing owners to fully recognise their requirements and identify areas in which they may be liable. Ibrahim has the experience and knowledge to provide sound solutions and options that will assist in eliminating risk, across varying industries.
Ibrahim is near completion of a double degree in Bachelors of Business and Commerce, with majors in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, and a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Western Sydney.
Andrew Sail is an employment relations professional with a career spanning 15 years.
Following the completion of an Industrial Relations degree, specialising in Economics and Law from the University of Wollongong, Andrew followed a career path working collaboratively with small businesses and large multinationals, both inside and outside a union environment. This type of experience has given him impressive firsthand experience in the day to day management of employees, including the negotiation of large scale enterprise agreements, covering thousands of employees.
Andrew’s position as an Employsure Senior Relations Consultant sees him continually utilise his intimate understanding of the issues facing businesses.
His experience in managing both small and medium sized businesses, across a variety of industries, supports his passion for working with people and simplifying complex situations into smaller, achievable, commercially sound steps, which ultimately help businesses achieve.
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’s CBD, 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 associated obligations under the Modern Award system, advising on ways to implement simplistic solutions and ensure compliancy.
Jansu has been with Employsure since 2014. She graduated University with Honours in Bachelor of Law and has also completed numerous employment relations specialised training courses.
Before joining Employsure, Jansu worked as Employment Relations Adviser at the Victorian Employers Chamber of Commerce. Here, she assisted employers with a broad range of workplace issues, whilst developing a strong foundation in various areas of industrial relations.
Jansu has also worked as a solicitor in personal injury law, which has given her valuable insight into a range of complex issues often face by employers.
Jansu’s attention to detail and compassionate attitude ensures that she helps her clients with all their workplace relations needs. Jansu is passionate about teaching her clients practical and reliable solutions to assist with their future success.
James holds 15 years of varied experience in industrial and employee relations. His vast experience stretches across many roles, where he provided invaluable knowledge and skill.
His experience includes being involved in the union movement, working in the government sector and aboriginal organisations. James has also been both a federal and state industrial relations and Fair Work inspector and as a result, has extensive experience in advocacy, investigations, agreement negotiation, policy development and dispute handling.
James recognises employee relations is always changing and can be extraordinarily complicated for the uninitiated. Working with Employsure clients he assists businesses who have a drive to make sure they are doing the right thing. He finds that his clients want to comply with their legal obligations but just need someone to help them with navigating the complicated system.