Monday 14 December, 2009: 5.30 – 7.30pm
Curtain Graduate School of Business, Perth
In association with the Curtin Graduate School of Business in Perth, the Australian Institute of Employment Rights (AIER) Executive Director Lisa Heap and Professor Joellen Riley, Chair in Labour Law at Sydney Law School will lead a seminar exploring the legal and cultural frameworks to achieve good faith in the workplace.
Setting the Climate for Good Faith Bargaining will be held on Monday 14 December, 2009 from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at the Curtain Graduate School of Business in Perth.
The seminar will explore the following in an interactive forum:
- Good faith bargaining is a central requirement of the new provisions of the Fair Work Act 2009, but what does it really mean?
- Can you have good faith bargaining without good faith relationships in the workplace?
- Is there a guide that organisations and practitioners can follow to enable them to create the environment for genuine good faith bargaining?
Professor Joellen Riley holds the Chair in Labour Law at Sydney Law School. She is the editor of the new publication Australian Standard of Employment Rights: a how-to guide for the workplace. Lisa Heap is the Executive Director of AIER.
Together Joellen and Lisa will explore the legal and cultural frameworks for achieving good faith in the workplace.
Attendees will receive a free copy of AIER’s Magazine The Debate and will able to purchase the book – Australian Standard of Employment Rights: a how-to guide for the workplace – at a discounted price.
WHEN: Monday 14th December, 2009
TIME: 5:30pm – 7:30pm (Registration from 5:15pm)
WHERE Curtin Graduate School of Business, 78 Murray Street, Perth WA 6000
RSVP: http://gsb.curtin.edu.au/ (under Events Tab)