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Be inspired by global thinkers and
leaders such as Lynda Gratton,
former Christchurch city mayor Sir
Bob Parker, artificial intelligence
expert Toby Walsh and World Vision
Australia CEO Claire Rogers, on the
big issues facing business and HR, at
the AHRI National Convention and Exhibition.
This flagship event for HR professionals
and business leaders will be held
at the Melbourne Convention and
Exhibition Centre from Tuesday 28
to Thursday 30 August (extended
program 28-31 August). Early bird
registration closes Thursday 31 May.
Become a member, register and
save up to $1,080.
Host a promising HR student in your
organisation by joining AHRI’s Work
Experience Placement Program (WEPP).
Applications are open for student,
graduate and organisation members
from Monday 9 April and close on
Friday 11 May.
KICKSTART A NEW CAREER IN HR
Build your essential HR skills and knowledge
with AHRI’s BSB41015 Certificate IV in Human
Resources – an ideal entry point into an HR
career. You will learn about the latest in HR
and people management through case
studies and participants’ work examples in this
nationally accredited course. Enrolments for
the six-month course close Friday 8 June.
Learn from beyondblue chair
Julia Gillard, and other leaders and HR
experts about how you can change
mindsets, behaviour and culture
in your organisation, at the AHRI
Inclusion and Diversity Conference in
Sydney on Thursday 3 May.
Gain new insights while networking
with like-minded HR professionals
and business leaders at AHRI’s annual
inclusion and diversity event.
Registration closes Thursday 26 April.
AHRI has secured pathways for AHRI Practising
Certification Program (APC) graduates to
earn credits towards non-HR streamed MBAs
and masters of HRM with selected university
partners across Australia.This gives APC
graduates the opportunity to acquire skills
above and beyond HR by pursuing business
degree MBAs. The APC is one of four pathways
to achieving HR certification.
Not sure which pathway best suits your
professional experience and qualifications?
Speak to a Member Career Partner at AHRI
by calling 1300 811 880 or use the online HR
From AHRI Practising
Certification Program to MBA
Be recognised for the amazing HR work you
or your organisation have done by applying
for an AHRI Award – Australia’s leading HR
awards. The 26 awards for individuals and
organisations cover inclusion and diversity,
innovation, disability employment, gender
equity, HR technology and more, and are
judged independently by an advisory panel of
global HR and business leaders. Applications
close Friday 18 May.
SUPPORT YOUR HR TEAM
Become an AHRI organisation member
to better support your HR team. Access
employee discounts for AHRI’s professional
development training programs and events,
and one principal member can access
individual membership benefits including
HRM magazine, AHRI:ASSIST and AHRI
ProCover professional indemnity insurance
(professional members only). Discounts apply
for additional members. Learn more about
customised AHRI membership packages.
QTw o employees have resigned. Are there
any risks if one is paid in lieu of notice and
the other is permitted to work out their notice
period (or longer) if both resign at a similar time?
Can an employee argue victimisation or unfair
treatment in comparison to the other?
A: If the differential treatment you refer to comes
about because an employee has a protected
at tribute or is engaging in a protected activity
under general protections or anti-discrimination
laws, then the employer may face liability under
discrimination laws or similar provisions contained
in the Fair Work Act.
Available exclusively to AHRI members, AHRI:ASSIST is
an online resource centre for HR information sheets,
checklists and templates. Please note that the information
provided is not a substitute for professional advice.
NURTURE THE NEXT
GENERATION OF HR
Hear top leaders and thinkers at the AHRI National Convention
22/3/18 3:28 pm
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