Gender Equity: Flexible & Hybrid Work, Burnout and Harassment
The IRSV in partnership with LIV Workplace Relations Policy Committee and Victorian Women Lawyers are pleased to invite you to join Natalie James, Deloitte Partner and former Fair Work Ombudsman, for our Women In Industrial Relations event for 2022 on 28 June 2022
Natalie James will discuss research and a report recently released by Deloitte on flexible and hybrid work, burnout and harassment, with a focus on gender equity.
Drinks and canapes provided. Capacity is limited to 60 attendees, so register today to avoid disappointment!
Date: Tuesday, 28 June 2022
Time: 6:00 PM arrival, for 6:30 PM start
Venue: In person at the Law Institute of Victoria
Cost: $20 for members; $25 Non members
RSVP: Friday, 24 June 2022
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About the speaker
Natalie James is a Partner in Deloitte’s Regulatory and Risk Insights practice. She leads Deloitte’s Workplace Integrity Team working with businesses to enhance their workplace integrity and ensure compliance with work laws.
Natalie was the Fair Work Ombudsman, leading Australia’s national workplace relations regulator, from July 2013 to July 2018. Prior to that she led the development of work laws as Chief Counsel for the Commonwealth Government.
Natalie has a Bachelor of Arts Law and a Masters in Law (Commercial – Labour Law).
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