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EMBRACE THE FUTURE OF WORK
AT THE NATIONAL CONVENTION
Explore HR’s ethical role in managing the organisational and
cultural impacts of technology with cultural anthropologist
Genevieve Bell and ethics exper t Dennis Gentilin at the
AHRI National Convention and Exhibition in Melbourne
(Tuesday 28 − Friday 31 August).
In addition to learning from more than 50 speakers at the
two-day main program, Public Sector HR Conference, HR
Tech Conference and workshops, you will also discover the
latest people solutions at Australia’s largest HR exhibition,
with 100+ exhibitors.
Standard registration closes Tuesday 14 August.
Are you a mid to senior-level HR practitioner
seeking to expand your capability as an
HR partner in your organisation? Build the
strength and diversity of your HR skills as
an HR professional with the AHRI Practising
Certification Program and achieve the industry
benchmark for the HR profession.
Make the most of subsidised fees for
workshops ($995 per unit) and distance learning
($495 per unit) and start your journey to
becoming a certified HR practitioner. Enrol
by Monday 6 August to commence study
later in August.
WELCOMING OUR NEW BOARD MEMBERS
Following the AHRI Annual
General Meeting on Monday
28 May, we welcome three new
board members – Fiona Michel
FCPHR, chief HR officer at the
Auckland District Health Board;
Michael Rosmarin FAHRI, chief
operations officer at Stockland; and
Caroline McGuire FCPHR, HR specialist and coach at Clariti Consulting, and the Queensland State Council
President since 2015. Each board member brings outstanding expertise and experience as well as a strong
commitment to the HR profession.
We offer our thanks to departing board members John Wilson FAHRI, Dr Petrina Coventry FCPHR and
Tanya Hammond FCPHR for their distinguished contribution during their time of service on the board –
twelve, five and two years respectively. John Wilson remains as chair of the HR Technology Research Panel,
Petrina Coventry has chaired the Advisory Research Panel for two years and Tanya Hammond was President
of the ACT State Council for 10 years.
Q An employee on a performance
improvement plan has not improved.
What can I do?
A: If you have given the employee reasonable
support to improve, and the standards set in the
performance improvement plan are defensible,
you should ask the employee to attend a
meeting about their employment. Invite the
employee to bring a support person. Explain
that you believe you have grounds to dismiss
because of unsatisfactory improvement. You
must give the employee an opportunity to
respond, consider their response, and determine
whether to dismiss or give the employee further
time and support to improve.
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
STRENGTHEN YOUR IMPACT AS AN HR PROFESSIONAL
MAKE YOUR NEXT CAREER
MOVE IN HR
Formalise your foundational HR skills with AHRI’s
nationally accredited BSB41015 Certificate IV
in Human Resources. Enrolments close Friday
3 August for the 12-month (distance only)
course commencing in August. AHRI also offers
customised in-house training options.
JOIN THE AHRI
Build your career and professional networks
with AHRI’s mentoring program. The program
matches experienced HR professionals with
upcoming HR practitioners and professionals
wanting to transition into an HR role. AHRI
members can apply to be a mentor or mentee.
Applications close Monday 17 September.
SUPPORT YOUR TEAM
Become an AHRI organisation member to
better support your HR team. Access discounts
to AHRI’s professional development training
programs and events for your HR team, and
one principal member can access individual
membership benefits including HRM magazine
and AHRI:ASSIST. Discounts apply for additional
members. Email to learn more.
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