It’s your business. Non-compliance is expensive. Registration is $350 per person.
Email us with your participants’ names, your ABN and business details. We will email you an invoice and payment instructions.
What is Workplace Compliance?
Workplace compliance also extends beyond our workplace. Businesses have obligations and responsibilities in how we deal with external parties, including suppliers, customers, and the public.
Get a half-day of training for your managers. We are Your Go To Experts for in-person training or webinar training on the current Australian rules and laws. Classes are led by Business Embassy’s HR experts who have over 20-years of experience with Australian workplace compliance.
Need a private workplace compliance course customised to your industry? Email firstname.lastname@example.org – attention: Kathleen Tierney.
BOOK 'INTRODUCTION TO WORKPLACE COMPLIANCE'
The most common compliance risks are in employment. For example, the cost of responding to an Unfair dismissal can be around $30,000, even if you are a small business. Ignorance is not acceptable as an excuse. The Fair Work rules are applied equally to small businesses or corporations for breaching the many different Australian laws and obligations.
Our seminar focuses on recognising and preventing the most common workplace compliance issues. We also cover general tips health & safety, corporate compliance, business protections, and consumer protections. We help you decide how much work and what types of work may be needed to protect your business in your market.
Why Does Compliance Matter?
Would you know a workplace compliance violation if the issue arose? Workplace compliance is the personal and professional obligations and requirements set by multiple Australian agencies. A business’s managers and their employees need to know how to comply.
This 4-hour open-enrolment course summarises what the current compliance issues are across corporate obligations, Fair Work Australia, consumer protections and employer protections. Learn what to look for and the first step to addressing a risk before it becomes an issue.