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The 4th Annual Ron McCallum Debate

THE 4th ANNUAL RON McCALLUM DEBATE Tuesday 25 November 2014, 4pm – 6pm Four Seasons Hotel, 199 George Street, Sydney Entry is free but RSVPs appreciated. Please RSVP to: 03 9647 9102 or admin@aierights.com.au How do workplace relations shape our society?  Chaired by...

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Annual General Meeting 2014

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting of the Australian Institute of Employment Rights was held on Thursday, 13 November 2014 at 4.00pm (AESDST) in Melbourne. Notice of AGM

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New Executive Director appointed to the AIER

The Australian Institute of Employment Rights is delighted to announce the appointment of Clare Ozich to the role of Executive Director. After starting work as a solicitor, Clare worked at the Office of Native Title in WA, and as a legal officer with UnionsWA before...

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Job advertisement

Part Time General Manager/Researcher Australian Institute of Employment Rights Inc. The Australian Institute of Employment Rights (AIER) is an independent not-for-profit organisation that promotes workplace rights and the benefits of positive employment relationships....

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Annual General Meeting

The AIER Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday, 20 February 2014 at 4.00pm in the Civil Air Board Room, Level 1, 214 Graham Street, Port Melbourne Victoria.

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To swing or not to swing, that was the question

The question of whether our industrial relations laws should be radically altered under the current Abbott government was the subject of this year’s AIER Ron McCallum Debate, where 200 of Australia’s leading human resources, industrial relations and labour law practitioners gathered on 28 November in Sydney.

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Newsletter No. 10 – October 2013

The news is ... there is [almost] no news... Workplace Relations played little part in the recently concluded Federal election, a trend which has continued since the new Abbott Ministry has been sworn in. Former Shadow Minister for Workplace Relations, Tasmanian...

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Newsletter No. 10 – October 2013

The news is ... there is [almost] no news... Workplace Relations played little part in the recently concluded Federal election, a trend which has continued since the new Abbott Ministry has been sworn in. Former Shadow Minister for Workplace Relations, Tasmanian...

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