The labour productivity debate – what does it mean to organisations?

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The IRSWA is pleased to invite members to attend this interactive session which will discuss labour productivity at the organisation level and what are the factors that affect performance.

With the ongoing political discussions about labour productivity - and an audience of experienced industrial relations specialists - this workshop should lead to some interesting debating.

Ms Belinda Honey
Director - Consulting
People Solutions

Presenter bio:
Belinda has more than 20 years of experience in the Australian resources industry in employee relations, organisational development and human resources - including management roles with the Australian Mines and Metals Association, Compass Group, and Coal and Allied (now Rio Tinto Coal) in the Hunter Valley.

In 2013 Belinda joined People Solutions as the Director of Consulting. In this role Belinda works with management teams in areas such as maximising labour productivity and efficiency, change management and organisational development, and regularly facilitates management teams to drive high performance.

As a result of her experience Belinda understands the challenges of labour productivity in the current economic climate, and in 2013 Belinda led a People Solutions research project on the factors influencing labour productivity at the organisation level.

AMMA Level 7, 12 St Georges Tce Perth

Registration from 5:30pm with presentation starting at 6:00pm

Refreshments will be served after the presentation

How to register:
To register: Registration is essential. You can register by clicking "register now" on the right hand side of the screen.

IRSWA seminars are free for members, however you MUST be logged in as a member to not be charged. There is a small charge for non members of $20 and $5 for full time students.

The Society thanks AMMA for hosting this seminar.

March 12th, 2014 5:45 PM   through   8:00 PM
Level 7, 12 St Georges Tce
Perth, WA 6000
Non member $ 20.00
Member $ 0.00

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