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8:30AM - 10:30AM
Mistletoe Ln & Hermitage Rd,
Pokolbin NSW 2320
Every small business in Australia has a responsibility to understand and implement the applicable requirements under both the Fair Work and Work Health and Safety Acts. With an evolving legislative environment and the requirements of every business being different, this can be at times a confusing landscape for business owners to get right.
As Australia’s largest workplace relations specialist we have identified the top 5 areas of compliance that are applicable for every small business to implement.
Attend this session to either learn about the areas of compliance you need to implement in 2017, or use the event as an information refresher as we will be discussing some of the changes to the Acts expected in the new year.
Following the completion of International Business Studies and Politics at Murdoch University, Western Australia, Rhyana gained over 9 years experience as a human resource professional, expanding across a variety of industries.
Her specialty is in human resource generalist roles, which has previously included a senior management role for a small oil and gas organisation in Western Australia.
Throughout her career, Rhyana has gained extensive knowledge and experience in organisational change management, project and personnel management, long term human resource forecasting, Enterprise Bargaining Agreement creation and negotiation, end to end recruitment and the creation of company management plans, policies and procedures.
Human resource legislation and organisational development are Rhyana’s passion. She enjoys helping her clients by educating and training them in best practice, so they can successfully minimise issues leading to an overall positive working environment.
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.
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.
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.
Stephen has lived and worked in Australia for six years, in which time he has worked as a human resource generalist, employment relations adviser and a consultant.
From Scottish decent, Stephen received a Business Management Degree from the University of Glasgow and from there, moved into a graduate management position within an international Glasgow based business. Stephen also lived and worked in London prior to making the move to our Australian shores.
Prior to joining Employsure, Stephen spent two years working with the Qld and NSW Business Chambers in an adviser’s role amongst the Businesses Workplace Advice Team. It was here, dealing with front line queries, that proved to be the perfect introduction to Australian workplace relations, setting his career trajectory.
Upon joining Employsure, Stephen spent eighteen months working as a Field Consultant before stepping into his current position as Team Leader of Consultancy Services for Qld and NT.
Stephen’s core strengths and passion lies in his ability to understand and analyse client needs quickly and accurately. In addition, he has exceptional talent when it comes to the interpretation of complex workplace legislation and application of best practice employee management solutions.
Tanya began her career in employment relations following the completion of Human Resources and Industrial Relations at Curtin University. Her passion lead her down the human resource path, allowing her to polish her specialised skills in the mining and manufacturing industries.
Home grown to Western Australia, Tanya has the knowledge and experience required to understand local business needs, along with a long term appreciation of state based legislative requirements. She also gained five years international experience working in the United Kingdom. This presented her an opportunity to diversify her knowledge and gain valued experience in business transfer, while managing contracts for a team of employees commissioning a manufacturing plant in China.
The highlight of Tanya’s career stems from her experience with a range of small to large enterprises and today, she thoroughly enjoys presenting realistic solutions to impact real change.
Tanya has enjoyed a career with Employsure as Team Leader of Consultancy Service for WA and SA since April 2013.
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.
Julian joined Employsure in June 2015 and brought with him a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Julian has worked in a range of human resource generalist and employee relations roles within the NSW Government and Healthcare. Prior to joining Employsure he was the Human Resources Manager as part of NSW Health Pathology. This experience lead him to obtain invaluable experience working with and assisting senior managers to manage people, projects and initiatives.
Julian works closely with Employsure’s diverse range of clients to understand their businesses and requirements, while delivering tailored outcomes and solutions. The best part of his role as Field Consultant, is meeting and getting to know each client and helping them to with the management of their people, ultimately leading to enhanced success.