The Fremantle Chamber of Commerce proudly presents Employee Relations Workshops brought to by ProcessWorx. 

This workshops topic will be: Understanding the Fair Work Act

Do you know what is covered in the Fair Work Act and what are the critical areas that apply to your business? This session provides an overview of the Fair Work Act as well as how it interacts with other legislation as well as Awards. 

Your staff are one of the great investments you will make in your business but how you manage them can make or break you. Fremantle Chamber of Commerce's exclusive Employee Relations Workshop will provide you with the practical knowledge, skills, tools and confidence to effectively and lawfully manage your employees.

ProcessWorx assists a diverse range of SMEs throughout WA with the management of human resources, occupational health & safety and quality systems. They provide businesses with everything they need to get the best out of their people and meet the requirements of HR and OSH laws. 

Presented by Danielle McNamee, Managing Director of ProcessWorx. Danielle has over twenty years experience in senior management positions, and extensive industrial relations expertise. 

Places are limited! RSVP by Monday, 4 September to book your seat.  

Cancellations received after the RSVP date (Monday, 4 September) cannot be refunded.

September 6th, 2017 8:00 AM   through   9:30 AM
Fremantle Chamber of Commerce - Boardroom
16 Phillimore Street
FREMANTLE, WA 6160
Australia

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Phone: (08) 9335 2711
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Chamber Members
1 Attendee $ 40.00
2 Attendees $ 80.00
3 Attendees $ 120.00
4 Attendees $ 160.00
Non-Members
1 Attendee $ 50.00
2 Attendees $ 100.00
3 Attendees $ 150.00
4 Attendees $ 200.00
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