22 July 2016

It is becoming increasingly important for researchers to demonstrate the impact of our work. How do we know who is engaging with our research? What tools are available to ensure that our research outputs are reaching those who might make good use of them? 

21 July 2016

Changing patterns of work and retirement raise major questions for social policy. A key issue concerns a legacy of the 20th Century, the idea of retirement as a major part of the life course. The acceptance of early retirement in the 1970s and 1980s accelerated the growth of post-work lifestyles, consolidated by the cohort of ‘first wave’ baby boomers. Both aspects are now in collision with the drive to delay retirement and raise pension ages.

29 August 2016 to 31 August 2016

29 Aug 2016- Novotel, Brisbane 
30 Aug 2016- The Grace Hotel, Sydney
31 Aug 2016- Crowne Plaza, Melbourne 

2016 is set to be an unpredictable year for employment law. According to the Productivity Commission, an average unfair dismissal claims costs an Australian employer approximately $13500. This is a crucial time for your organisation to be informed about the upcoming changes and prepared for expected legislative amendments.