Women in Industrial Relations - with Natalie James

Women in Industrial Relations with Natalie James

Natalie James is Chair of the Victorian Inquiry into the On Demand workforce. She is a Partner at Deloitte and the former Fair Work Ombudsman. At the WIRIG event, Natalie will be speaking about the Victorian Inquiry into the On Demand Workforce.

Date:    Tuesday 25 June 2019
Time:    6:00pm to 8:00pm
Venue:  One Roof, 77-79 City Road, Southbank VIC 3006
Cost:     Members - $50.00, Non Members - $80.00, Students & Retired Members $40.00

Drinks and canapes will be served

To register please click the following link: Register for Women in Industrial Relations with Natalie James

Established in 1997, the Women in Industrial Relations Interest Group (WIRIG) is an initiative of the IRSV focusing on the needs and interests of the women working in the field of industrial and employee relations. WIRIG has been successful in bringing together industrial relations professionals from a range of industries and workplaces via informal and formal functions. Those involved believe that the variety of venues and styles of presentations have contributed to the successful forums for networking opportunities.

Previous speakers have included the Hon Natalie Hutchins (former Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for Women), elite sportswomen Jodie Fields, Melissa Barbieri and Moana Hope, Christine Nixon (former Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police; former Chair of the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority), Dr Helen Szoke (former Race Discrimination Commissioner; former Chief Conciliator/CEO of Victorian Equal
Opportunity & Human Rights Commission).

Date: 
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 17:30 to 19:30

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