28 Oct 2021

Online


Members $Complimentary to RCSA Members
Non-Members $Not Open to non RCSA Members

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Terms and Conditions for Events and Learning

Advocacy & Policy (NZ) Series: The Lobby

Advocacy & Policy (NZ) Series: The Lobby
Current RCSA members are invited to join hosts, Brooke Lord, Head of Policy & Advocacy RCSA and Ines Hage Nebyl, Advocacy & Public Affairs Adviser who will lead the discussion covering NZ policy matters of interest and to understand which issues are presenting the greatest challenges.

Advocacy & Policy (NZ) Series: The Lobby

 

Overview:

The Advocacy and Policy online forum series aims to engage RCSA Members in collaborative discussions around the operational impact of policy and regulatory changes affecting recruitment and staffing firms.

Current RCSA members are invited to join  Brooke Lord, Head of Policy & Advocacy RCSA and Ines Hage Nebyl, Advocacy & Public Affairs Adviser RCSA, who will lead the discussion covering NZ policy matters of interest and to understand which issues are presenting the greatest challenges.

Each Industry Issues & Insight session will be shaped by current events and look to discussing the opportunities where RCSA can best support our sector.

This session is part of series of quarterly online forums led by the Advocacy team and RCSA Members.

Session Date & Time:  Thursday, 28 October 2021, 1pm - 2pm NZDT | 11am - 12pm AEDT

Members are encouraged to come prepared to share their insights and experiences.

Meet your Moderator:  Brooke Lord


 
Brooke Lord is RCSA Head of Policy & Advocacy, an executive corporate affairs professional with experience heading up government, communications and corporate affairs functions for a number of high profile businesses and organisations in both public and private sectors.

 

Meet your Co-Host: Ines Hage Nebyl



Ines Hage Nebyl has recently joined RCSA as the Advocacy and Public Affairs Adviser. Having studied law and worked for the Department of International Relations in the Israeli Ministry of Social Affairs, as well as for an Australian Politician, Ines understands the importance of effective advocacy and the impact that this can have on policy and regulation. She is excited to be involved in and represent a sector that contributes so much to the livelihoods of everyday Australians.
         

RCSA Learning and Development Partner: ELMO




ELMO (ASX:ELO) is Australia and New Zealand’s only integrated cloud HR, payroll and rostering / time & attendance solution. ELMO is ISO 27001:2013 certified and our UTS partnership affirms our solutions are at the forefront of predictive analytics. We provide innovative technology to more than 1500 organisations across APAC, helping them to manage, engage, and inspire their people from one platform, with a single dashboard, and reporting suite.


Delivery:

  • An online forum delivered using Zoom
  • Zoom joining links will be emailed to registrants within 24 hours after registration

  • Booking Terms & Conditions:

    This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions

    For More Information:

    RCSA Learning & Development
    Members within Australia call 1300 727 504
    Members within New Zealand call toll free + 0800 441 904
    E: info@rcsa.org.nz

     

    When
    28/10/2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    Where
    Online
     

    Advocacy & Policy (NZ) Series: The Lobby

     

    Overview:

    The Advocacy and Policy online forum series aims to engage RCSA Members in collaborative discussions around the operational impact of policy and regulatory changes affecting recruitment and staffing firms.

    Current RCSA members are invited to join  Brooke Lord, Head of Policy & Advocacy RCSA and Ines Hage Nebyl, Advocacy & Public Affairs Adviser RCSA, who will lead the discussion covering NZ policy matters of interest and to understand which issues are presenting the greatest challenges.

    Each Industry Issues & Insight session will be shaped by current events and look to discussing the opportunities where RCSA can best support our sector.

    This session is part of series of quarterly online forums led by the Advocacy team and RCSA Members.

    Session Date & Time:  Thursday, 28 October 2021, 1pm - 2pm NZDT | 11am - 12pm AEDT

    Members are encouraged to come prepared to share their insights and experiences.

    Meet your Moderator:  Brooke Lord


     
    Brooke Lord is RCSA Head of Policy & Advocacy, an executive corporate affairs professional with experience heading up government, communications and corporate affairs functions for a number of high profile businesses and organisations in both public and private sectors.

     

    Meet your Co-Host: Ines Hage Nebyl



    Ines Hage Nebyl has recently joined RCSA as the Advocacy and Public Affairs Adviser. Having studied law and worked for the Department of International Relations in the Israeli Ministry of Social Affairs, as well as for an Australian Politician, Ines understands the importance of effective advocacy and the impact that this can have on policy and regulation. She is excited to be involved in and represent a sector that contributes so much to the livelihoods of everyday Australians.
             

    RCSA Learning and Development Partner: ELMO




    ELMO (ASX:ELO) is Australia and New Zealand’s only integrated cloud HR, payroll and rostering / time & attendance solution. ELMO is ISO 27001:2013 certified and our UTS partnership affirms our solutions are at the forefront of predictive analytics. We provide innovative technology to more than 1500 organisations across APAC, helping them to manage, engage, and inspire their people from one platform, with a single dashboard, and reporting suite.


    Delivery:

  • An online forum delivered using Zoom
  • Zoom joining links will be emailed to registrants within 24 hours after registration

  • Booking Terms & Conditions:

    This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions

    For More Information:

    RCSA Learning & Development
    Members within Australia call 1300 727 504
    Members within New Zealand call toll free + 0800 441 904
    E: info@rcsa.org.nz