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We have some of the leading experts in the field who will provide practical advice and assistance on a broad range of workplace regulation issues.

employee management

Our fast paced seminars help you avoid employment problems by making sure you are better equipped to manage your staff.

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Every Employsure Seminar is free to attend whether you are an existing client, potential client or special guest.

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Managing mental health in your workplace.

It is important to continually identify areas of non-compliance and implement best practice work health and safety solutions in your workplace. In addition, mentally healthy workplaces are positive and productive. This seminar is designed for any business owner in need of a health check. Attendees will also receive information on how to remain compliant through…

  • Bullying and harrassment
  • Health and safety legislation
  • Manage risks to mental health

Fair work and the festive season.

It is time to prepare for a responsible festive season. Without careful planning, the silly season can become a workplace relations minefield. At this event you will learn how to manage your employees over the Christmas and New Year period.

  • Business shut down periods
  • Engaging in additional workers to cover busy periods
  • Preventing and managing misconduct
  • Your obligations whilst hosting a party
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Managing difficult employees.

Do not dismiss your responsibilities as an employer. Join us at a free training seminar to learn how to manage difficult employees in-line with your Fair Work obligations. Attending this training seminar is a must for anyone running a business, managing employees or maintaining health and safety legislation.

  • Adverse action claims
  • Employee policies
  • Processes for termination
  • Unfair dismissal

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