Is Western Sydney attracting and retaining key talents for business growth?
What can you do to be better employers and attract and retain quality staff?
How are you managing the new employment laws, compliance and challenges of running your business?
The 2014 GWS Employment forum will address these issues and offer you solutions.
Our two keynote speakers are Ben English, Deputy Editor for The Daily Telegraph, and Mark McCrindle, Principal of McCrindle.
Mark is one of Australia’s leading media commentators and social researchers and is regularly commissioned to deliver strategy and advice to the boards and executives of some of Australia’s leading organisations, and now to you!
Mark will discuss the latest and future key social trends and will provide insight backed by research and analysis to assist SMEs in strategising to combat employment issues.
Ben will discuss details of the Fair Go for the West action plan presented to NSW Premier Mike Baird and what it means to SMEs in Western Sydney, with particular emphasis on employment. In addition, he will present highlights of the campaign, in particular profiling Western Sydney businesses.
Ben will also chair the panel of employment experts who will offer advice and insight to assist you in the development of your business. The panel includes
Fay Calderone, Workplace Solutions Practice Director at MatthewsFolbigg
Stewart Gough, Workplace Solutions Practice Director at MatthewsFolbigg
- Ron Wright, Strategic Projects, Australian Workforce Development Solutions, TAFE NSW
- Greg Travers, Director, William Buck Chartered Accountants and Advisors
Engage with us and provide your views on the following discussion points:
Current trends that hinder recruitment and retention; including regulations, compliance issues and new employment laws
How to successfully recruit and retain skilled qualified staff
How to identify HR risk and strategise accordingly
What resources are available that are essential for narrowing the gap between upper management and employees
What are the solutions available for up-skilling staff
More information about the speakers and their insights coming soon.
Book now to secure your place.
Members: Don't forget to utilise your complimentary seating at this event.
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