Australia: 2014 PCS Schedule of Events
Last Updated: 20 December 2013

PCS has a proud history of thought-leadership in workplace relations. 2014 will be the third year that our firm will deliver to clients a comprehensive range of webinars, education and training sessions and key briefings designed to span the areas that our clients consider to be of most relevance. Our 2014 program includes:

Monthly Webinars: featuring highly topical issues for discussion each month, including the new anti-bullying laws and for the first time we look at how to create a "high performance culture". Other important webinars not to be missed include discussions on how to protect your organisation through effective restraints of trade and how to manage workplace investigations.

CLE for In-House Counsel: a tailored program dedicated to building key awareness of critical issues in employment law and Regulation 176. This session is timed to assist in-house counsel with gaining points towards their mandatory learning.

Legal Basics for Emerging HR Professionals: ideal for junior HR professionals and line managers, this four part series introduces core legal principles across all facets of employment law.

Key Briefings: these are our twice-yearly invitation only events. Our June key briefing looks at why sexual harassment "won't go away" and our hugely successful Hypothetical series returns for a third year in November 2014. Facebook, and social media in general, will be the focus of the 2014 Hypothetical.

For more information or to register please visit our website – www.peopleculture.com.au

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