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Workplace Update Seminar


Tue 24 May 2016, 8:00am–10:00am

Where: Gosford RSL Club & Galaxy Motel, 26 Central Coast Highway, West Gosford, Gosford, Central Coast

Restrictions: All Ages

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This Workplace Update Seminar can help ensure your business stays ahead regarding compliance and managing performance in your workplace.

Are you, as an employer, fully across everything that could potentially go wrong in your workplace? Do you know how to get the most out of your star employees or handle tough conversations fairly?

Discover how the right performance management process and keeping up-to-date on workplace changes can ensure your best assets shine and your challenges are fairly handled.

Topics to be covered:
- A robust employment process
- The importance of ongoing performance management
- Managing high-potential employees for the best results
- Handling difficult employees through the performance process
- Termination – when this is the only option

Plus, updates on areas that affect you:
- Fair Work legislation
- Workplace Compensation
- Superannuation
- Payroll

Hear from the specialist workplace relations law firm, Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors (ABLA) - used and trusted by Australia’s peak employer body, the Australian Chamber - to fight for business interests in the Fair Work Commission.