HR Best Practice: Getting Redundancies Right - A CPD event
“HR Best Practice: Getting Redundancies Right” - A CPD event
Venue: Automotive Holdings Group Ltd 21 Old Aberdeen Place West Perth WA 6005
Date: Thursday 14th May Registrations from 5:30pm and commencing at 6pm
Sponsored by: Automotive Holdings Group and MDC Legal
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With benchmark iron ore prices continuing to fall, miners are cutting costs and workforces. And it’s not just miners – falling iron ore prices have already had an effect on other business and the WA State Government’s budget, resulting in public sector and other job cuts as well. The current market presents challenges for employees and employers alike. Join Mark Cox from MDC Legal and Martin Wanamaker from AHG at our HR Best Practice Seminar on Getting Redundancies Right for an insight into lessons learned from redundancies gone wrong and avoiding legal claims.
Union - Elyane Palmer - MUA
Employer: Martin Wandmaker – Head of HR – AHG
Martin Wandmaker was appointed to the role of Head of Human Resources for AHG in October 2013. In this role he manages all aspects of AHG’s people strategy including talent acquisition, remuneration, reward and benefits planning, training and development, Occupational health and safety along with succession management and employee/industrial relations. Prior to joining AHG Martin worked for three years as the Executive General Manager for Sydney Ports Corporation during which time he led the people related aspects of the NSW Government’s complex carve out and privatisation of Port Botany. For more than a decade prior Martin worked with DHL Worldwide Express in a variety of senior Human Resources roles initially based in Sydney then Singapore and ultimately Bonn in Germany. The position he held when he left the organisation was head of Talent Management where he was responsible for developing visible pipelines of talent for key executive positions across the globe. Martin holds a Bachelor of Business degree from the University of Technology in Sydney, with a major in Marketing and a sub major in Employee Relations.
Legal: Mark Cox – Director of MDC Legal
Mark Cox (BA LLB Hons, University of Melbourne) was admitted in 1998 and is Director of MDC Legal. MDC Legal is a firm of industrial, workplace and employment law specialists. Mark has practiced in these areas for about 15 years. He was also associate to the former Chief Justice of WA, the Hon David Malcolm AC, QC in 1999 and 2000. Having worked in a boutique commercial litigation firm, and then as a senior associate of a national law firm, leading the industrial and general litigation division of its Perth Office, and as the former Principal Solicitor of the Employment Law Centre, WA, Mark is a well-regarded practitioner in workplace relations law, named as a “leading lawyer” in Doyle’s Guide 2014 and recommended in 2011, 2012 and 2013. Mark has conducted litigation and acted as counsel in several jurisdictions in a wide variety of matters.
West Perth, 6005
|General public price (For payment by cheque or bank transfer only)||$ 20.00|
|General public price w/ Surcharge (For payment by credit card)||$ 21.00|
|General public Students / Unemployed / Retired (For payment by cheque or bank transfer only)||$ 5.00|
|General public Students / Unemployed / Retired w/ Surcharge (For payment by credit card)||$ 5.25|