Women in IR Breakfast
Women in IR Breakfast
Join colleagues for a substantial sit down breakfast with the stunning back drop of the Perth city skyline and listen to three leading female members of the industrial relations industry, at different stages in their careers and from different parts of the sector, speak about how they came to become involved in industrial relations, the challenges they have faced and the lessons they have learnt.
Lam Ti, Managing Director of the Ti Group of Companies
Lam Ti along with her business partner Jamie Michael is a grower and largest exporter of strawberries in Australia. When she arrived in Australia she could not speak English but through dedication, commitment and hard work completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree at Curtin University. With the help of Jamie she set up Ti Produce Marketing Pty Ltd as a marketing business. In 15 years the business has grown to be a $20 million per annum operation growing strawberries and marketing them across the world. Employing up to 400 people during the harvest has not been without its difficulties and challenges as the industry is complicated through the necessity to use labour supply contractors. Lam Ti is a hands-on manager. Her mix of toughness, charm and skill have made her company successful and a leading business woman in this State.
Emma Clements, Senior Employee Relations Consultant of WALGA
With over 15 years’ experience as a senior HR/IR practitioner including working in public transport and security personnel industries across Australia, and State government, Emma has been responsible for overseeing and delivering strategically aligned HR and IR functions and services, and managing teams of high performing HR/IR specialists and training and recruitment professionals. In an IR capacity a large focus of Emma's work has included managing ER/IR matters, including workplace disputes, enterprise agreement negotiations and dismissals in the Fair Work Commission in a practical and commercially focused manner. Emma is passionate about sharing skills and experience to nurture and develop people, teams and organisational culture.
Eloyise Braskic, Communications Officer of Transport Workers Union
Specialising in journalism, digital marketing and public relations by trade, Eloyise writes the WA Branch’s quarterly journal publication and has great fulfilment in chronicling the Australian industrial relations landscape. Eloyise will speak about her experiences in the union movement and her passion to help change the rules that are stacked against workers to leave a better future for our nation’s children.
The event has been registered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation as an endorsed Pink Ribbon Breakfast. On the day we will be selling National Breast Cancer Foundation merchandise and receipt books will be available for those who wish to make a donation. Don’t forget to bring along some loose change to buy some raffle tickets. We have some wonderful prizes this year to give away.
All proceeds from ticket and raffle sales will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. If you or your organisation are able to donate prizes for the raffle such as vouchers, gift cards, hampers etc please email the society at firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations will be acknowledged on the IRSWA website and at the event (unless the donor prefers to remain anonymous).
When: 7am registration for a 7.15am start, Tuesday 16 October 2018
Where: Fraser's Restaurant Kings Park
Cost: $60 per ticket – IRSWA Member, $70 per ticket – non Member. There is a small surcharge for payments made by credit card.
To register: Registration is essential. Registration for individuals must be done online via the IRSWA website. You can register by clicking "register now" on the right hand side of the screen. Members need to login first to obtain the member price.
Important note: Groups of eight can book a table. Registration for groups is only available online. Once you have registered for a table of 8 please email with a list of the names of those attending. It is not possible to book part tables or accommodate more than 8 guests on a table.
|Member - payment by bank transfer||$ 60.00|
|Non-Member - payment by bank transfer||$ 70.00|
|Member - payment by credit card||$ 63.00|
|Non member payment by credit card||$ 75.00|
|Table of 8 - ALL IRSWA Members - payment by bank transfer||$ 480.00|
|Table of 8 - ALL IRSWA Members - Payment by credit card||$ 510.00|
|Table of 8 - All Non Members - payment by bank transfer||$ 560.00|
|Table of 8 - ALL non members - payment by credit card||$ 600.00|