Mark these dates in your calendar - Upcoming APSCo events in 2019
APSCo Australia is delighted to announce a series of Member Event and Professional Development opportunities to kick-start a big year of APSCo Australia activity in 2019.
APSCo will be announcing more events and professional development opportunities throughout 2019, so keep an eye on APSCo Communications for more information as it's released.
Join APSCo Australia and Sunsuper at the first of our Leading Edge events for 2019 – The economics of a robust talent ecosystem breakfast in Sydney on Thursday February 21.
Our speaking panel will consist of commentators with strong economic and talent ecosystem backgrounds. Each panellist will bring their unique take on the role of the talent ecosystem, completing a 360° sweep of the views, culture, diversity, economic value and resilience of today's blended workforce.
This event is an excellent opportunity to inform your business for the year ahead and showcase APSCo’s leadership to your clients, so book a table and host to impress!
With the increasing burden of legislation and the uncertainty around the election outcomes, it has never been more important to take control and understand what APSCo can provide to support your business and drive success.
Between February and March 2019, APSCo Australia Managing Director, Julie Mills, will be hosting invitation-only lunch-time events for branch managers and business owners in all states and territories across Australia (including Tasmania & Northern Territory) to look at market trends and opportunities, and focus on local, national, and international topics of interest.
APSCo Global CEO, Ann Swain will join us to provide an international perspective in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales.
January - March
APSCo's popular webinar series, Across the MD's Desk, will return in 2019 with topics including:
30 January The importance of pre-placement inductions – no matter the workplace
6 February Modern Slavery Act – how does it apply?
13 February What does your diversity and inclusion policy look like?
20 February Setting the standards for the professional staffing and recruitment sector
27 February Generation Z - what do we need to understand?
6 March What’s keeping your contractors awake at night?
13 March Political roundup
20 March As long as people matter – we matter
27 March How should a care package be structured?
February 21 and March 19
This Masterclass, being held in Sydney on February 21 and Melbourne on March 19, is designed for those who are client facing in their day-to-day negotiations and those preparing tender submissions and making essential decisions on partnerships with clients.
Our facilitator, Rebecca Houghton, has a unique profile in our industry which makes her a powerful advocate and practical coach. Rebecca will pull back the curtain on what’s on HR’s mind, what’s driving Talent Acquisition decisions, what hiring managers really think and what you can do to show value in a more strategic way, and move the conversation away from simply price.