You are invited to a special, extended joint Lunchtime seminar presented by the Australian Social Policy Association and the Research and Policy Centre of the Brotherhood of St Laurence for Anti-Poverty Week.
11.35 Susan St John
The unique New Zealand system for retirement income. Is it too simple or simply genius?Read more
Superannuation and its place within a fair and sustainable retirement income system presents policy-makers - in government, industry and the community - with several challenges from agreement on purpose through to governance and taxation arrangements. No challenge is more critical than the need to ensure that the system is fair and equitable. That is the challenge at the heart of this symposium.
David Murray AO, Chair of the Financial System InquiryRead more
IPAA Victoria and ANZSOG are delighted to announce our second annual Regulators Forum presented by the IPAA/ANZSOG Regulators Community of Practice. Come along and be engaged and informed by the best of both research and practice, share your knowledge and experience and find out how others are solving common problems.Read more
One of the main challenges employers face in Indigenous employment is not attracting employees, but rather retaining them.
Leading employers that have managed to reach high retention rates insist that we have to be wary of paternalist attitudes mainstream companies can have when dealing with Indigenous employees. It is crucial to break away from the long engrained impression that Indigenous employees should not be subject to the same professional expectations as their white counterparts.Read more
Being change ready in an invaluable asset for local government. This is because they are faced with numerous challenges including increased demand for better service quality and quantity, budget cuts and reorganising processes and systems to be more sustainable. In order to effectively manage this change, councils must embed a culture of collaboration.Read more