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WSBC has partnered with Platinum Partners Great Managers and Matthews Folbigg Lawyers to deliver the following live and free webinars to the WSBC community:

Employment Agreements – A Sword and a Shield for Employers

Friday 27th October 2017, 11.00am ADST

Employment agreements lay out the ground rules of the relationship between employer and employee.

Well-drafted employment agreements provide an employer with greater power and control over matters such as remuneration, employee duties and termination. Employment agreements also promote compliance and consistency with the Fair Work Act 2009 and relevant modern awards.

Just as importantly, well-drafted employment agreements can protect the employer’s business via confidential information, intellectual property and restraint provisions, and reduce the risk of employee disputes or dismissal claims.

In this webinar, Matthews Folbigg lawyer Peter Doughman explains the ‘essential ingredients’ for employment agreements, and describes how employers can prepare watertight employment agreements to protect against employee claims and disputes.

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Motivating and Retaining a Generationally Diverse Workforce

Wednesday 27th September 2017, 2.00pm ADST

For the first time in history, we have 4 generations working side by side....soon to be 5. They include: iGen, aka Generation Z: born 1996 and after; Millennials, aka Generation Y: born 1977 to 1995; Generation X: born 1965 to 1976; and the Baby Boomers: born 1946 to 1964.

The challenge of keeping up with what's right for the different generations can be complex! It can also be frustrating if you don’t understand what works, and what doesn’t. This webinar will help you understand the distinctions and similarities between the generations and enable you to adapt your approach so that you can motivate, retain and bring out the best in your generationally diverse team.

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Conducting Workplace Investigations - Why, When & How

Friday 28th July 2017, 11.00am ADST

With employment-related claims like bullying and unfair dismissal continually on the rise, employers are increasingly required to take pro-active steps to investigate suspected workplace incidents and disputes before they lead to these claims.

It is therefore essential that employers and businesses understand why, when, how and by whom, workplace investigations should be conducted.

In this webinar, Matthews Folbigg lawyer Peter Doughman explains how to identify the early signs of a problem in your workplace, why undertaking workplace investigations is an essential modern business practice and provides practical guidance for employers undertaking such investigations.

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Building a Great Place to Work: A 6-Step System for Deliberately Creating your Workplace Culture

Friday 26th May 2017, 12.30pm ADST

Culture happens – for better or for worse. Every organisation has a culture. Proactively choosing to create your culture in a deliberate and intentional way will deliver financial and emotional benefits and build a high performing workplace – a great place to work - and you will be the envy of your competitors.

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Power Up Your People

Tuesday 21st March 2017, 12.30pm ADST

Struggling to keep your good staff for the long-term? The culture in your business feels like it is out of your control? Mistakes and errors caused by your staff costing you precious time and money? No matter what you try, your team just don’t seem motivated? If you are a business owner, director, manager or simply leading a team of people and you are experiencing one or more of the above problems, you are invited to attend this exclusive webinar to learn what great managers do differently to grow profitable, sustainable businesses and high-performing teams.

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