HR Law Masterclass New Zealand

New Zealand’s annual employment law event featuring case example presentations and legislative updates that have recently shaped the HR industry

Don’t miss a full day of in depth, unrushed, 60minute presentations from each participating law firm speaker at the annual HR Law Masterclass New Zealand; totalling 7 hours of practical workplace and employment law advice in just one day.

New topics covered in the September 2017 agenda include pay equity, privacy, cyber bullying, drugs and alcohol, and mental health issues in the workplace. Aren’t these some of the most relevant issues in New Zealand this year?

7 speakers per day will focus on bringing to life the case examples and regulatory updates that have recently shaped employer processes and industry. A real focus will be on learning outcomes of each case related to the top issues highlighted.

As a “masterclass” this Series has been redeveloped to target those at an advanced level. Attendees will benefit from high level discussions on employment law situations and solutions for specific issues.

A snapshot of some positive testimonials from the 308 senior executives that have previously attended HR Law Masterclass New Zealand:

“Loved the interactive nature of the Q&A across the day. Great event.”GM Performance & Reward, Air New Zealand
“Great updates and good opportunity to test your own organisation’s process and practices whilst you update your own knowledge.”HR Manager ANZ, PPG
“This was a successful and very informative conference. It was worthwhile attending.”HR Business Partner, HSC
“Very knowledgeable speakers here today presenting excellent content. With the handbook provided too, this is a very professional event to attend.”HR Manager, Hawkins Group
“An excellent opportunity to receive contemporary information and a great reminder of best practices.” HR Manager, ICT

WHY ATTEND

This annual Series is highly regarded in the industry as a single day platform to access top employment lawyers in New Zealand highlighting the most topical issues in New Zealand; like pay equity, privacy, cyber bullying, drugs and alcohol, and mental health. You will get the right start to the day with some overall legislative developments’ updates too. With the likes of Peter Chemis, Kylie Dunn and Tim Clarke involved, we are certain you will gain great value from this event, like the 308 that have previously attended.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Auckland usually has 60 attendees from the Human Resources department attend. Specific titles like HR, IR, and ER executives make up the audience. In Wellington, we receive 35 attendees on average – a mix of public and private sector.

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