Good Practice Guide (NZ) for the On-Hire Industry
The New Zealand Employment Relations (Triangular Employment) Amendment Act 2019 was introduced June 2020 to enable on-hire workers (employees) assigned by staffing agencies (employers) the ability to hold their host organisations (controlling third parties) responsible, and liable, for personal grievances. To mitigate risk, it is imperative for agency firms to have a clear and specific protocol.
RCSA have released for Corporate Members the Good Practice Guide (GPG) for the On-Hire Industry to ensure on-hire practices are well documented and workable for the host organization, the employing agency and the on-hire worker. Whilst the impetus for this guide is the NZ triangular employment legislation, all staffing agencies in Australia should follow it to not only mitigate risk, but also to boost business as it offers many client and on-hire workers touch points to develop and nurture these relationships.
RCSA Members are invited to join author of the GPG Sophie Robertson FRCSA, Recruitment Coach and Charles Cameron, Chief Executive RCSA on this webinar, where they will examine and discuss the best way to prevent employment relationship problems, is to prevent issues before they start.
Session Date: Wednesday, 25th November
Session by Time Zone: 10am - 11.00am AWST | 12pm - 1.00pm AEST | 1pm - 2.00pm AEDT | 3pm - 4.00pm NZDT
Moderated by: Charles Cameron, Chief Executive RCSA
Charles joined the RCSA as Chief Executive in May 2016, and since that time has established the foundations for an employment services certification scheme which will define professional service providers within the marketplace in Australia and New Zealand for years to come.
Before taking on the role of Chief Executive, Charles was an equity Partner with FCB, Australia’s largest dedicated workplace legal and consulting firm, prior to which he founded and grew his own consulting firm which specialised in lobbying and risk management within the recruitment and employment services industry. He gained invaluable experience working with IPA, one of Australia’s most established recruitment firms, where he was the Workplace Relations and Safety Manager as well as 7 years working as an Advisor and Advocate for Australian Industry Group. In addition to his successful professional services career he founded a tech start up in 2006, which continues to successfully service the recruitment market today.
Presented by: Sophie Robertson FRCSA
Sophie Robertson worked in the recruitment industry in Australia for 18 years. Her positions ranged from Consultant to General Manager and Business Development Director. Career highlights include rapid promotion from Consultant to Branch Manager, where Sophie ran the most profitable branch out of 30 branches nationally for five consecutive years, securing major accounts e.g. David Jones Ltd, Samsung Electronics and Asics Tiger to name a few.
Sophie's expertise lies in selling, growing and managing major accounts for sustained profit regardless of the general economy. Her relationship building skills are second to none.
Sophie founded Younique Coaching in 2007 and now provides training, coaching and mentoring to recruiters and recruitment business owners in the areas of Business Development, Recruitment and Leadership.
Sophie’s Temp Desk Masterclass and Business Development Masterclass workshops have been immensely popular for the RCSA and have been sold out in several states.
Sophie was the resident expert columnist on recruiterdaily.com.au for the "Ask an Expert" column where she contributed 100 articles on recruitment related topics over a three year period. Her opinions in the areas of life and career coaching have been sought by The Sydney Morning Herald, Body & Soul magazine and Marie Claire.
Meet your Panellist: Bridget Smith
Bridget Smith advises on the full range of employment law issues for both employers and employees alike. She has broad advocacy experience. She has also appeared in the High Court and Court of Appeal, together with the Royal Commission on the Pike River Coal Mine Tragedy and also makes regular appearances in the specialist employment jurisdictions.
Meet your Panellist: Sue Harrison
Sue Harrison's career has been shaped by earthquakes and the armed forces. But the thread that runs through it all is her love of people, and it's this passion that makes her so well-suited for her role as Tradestaff's National People and Capability Manager.
The importance of people as Tradestaff's National People and Capability Manager, Sue's job is a mix of three complimentary roles. Both the National Health and Safety Manager and the National Training and Development Manager report to Sue, and she oversees these areas of the business. However, it's in the human resources side of things where Sue takes a direct role, making sure that Tradestaff's temporary and permanent staff have the support they need, and that Tradestaff is doing everything it should to look after them.
"No business can be a success without people."
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RCSA Learning and Development Partner: ELMO
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