IRSWA Seminar - Backwards Debate
Register Now: For the Backwards Debate! 25 October 2016!
Come join your Industrial Relations Society friends and colleagues for our first ever Backwards Debate!
Expertly arbitrated by Commissioner Cloghan, witness Cory Fogliani advocate on behalf of employers against the compulsory arbitration of all disputes, while Chris Gianatti advocates on behalf of the union movement that compulsory arbitration is necessary!
Cory Fogliani is a lawyer at W.G. McNally Jones Staff lawyers. His main areas of practice are in industrial and employment law. Cory acts primarily for unions and individual employees. He is a member of the National Tertiary Education Union and the Industrial Relations Society of Western Australia.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Cory worked as a train driver at Aurizon and as an industrial officer at the Australian Rail, Tram and Bus Industry Union.
Chris Gianatti is a director at KHQ. Chris worked for a number of years with Corrs before moving in-house to Telstra as HR Legal Counsel for the "Factory" (covering Telstra's back of house operations including the field workforce). In that role he was also a key strategic advisor to Telstra's COEs for Workplace Relations, Talent & OD and Remuneration, as well as also being a major advisor to Payroll, Vendor Management and Corporate Security on employment issues. Most recently before joining KHQ, Chris was a partner at a national workplace relations boutique based in Melbourne.
No doubt, set to be an interesting and entertaining evening for all!
Date: 25 October 2016
Location: King & Wood Mallesons
Level 30, 250 St Georges Terrace
Cost: Free for IRSWA members; $20 (plus charges) fee for non-IRSWA members.
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The IRSWA thanks King & Wood Mallesons for its kind support of this event and the Society.
Level 30, QV1 Building, 250 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000
|General public price (For payment by cheque or bank transfer only)||$ 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|