CCER hosts a wide range of events throughout the year. Our networking forums provide a platform for peers to come together to discuss matters of mutual interest, learn from each other and share resources. We also hold regular Faith at Work dialogues and the biennial Bishop Manning Lecture, which aim to promote vibrant conversation about the practical, moral, and ethical issues confronting workplace professionals.
View our full range of events, including training, below.
We will help you to identify and address bullying and harassment and look at prevention tools to ensure the organisation maintains appropriate workplace behaviours that align with your company culture.
The right person in the right job makes a tangible contribution to the success of any workplace. Getting it wrong, however, can harm productivity, morale and staff retention. This is why it’s so important to master the recruitment process.
In this practical and interactive workshop, participants will learn how to further develop their interviewing techniques. We will walk you through the entire process, leaving you confident in preparing and conducting quality interviews with ease. You don’t want to miss this Masterclass.
Social media is everywhere – it might even be something you use to promote your workplace – but what happens when an employee says something on social media that an employer considers they shouldn’t have? Dealing with social media posts as an employer can be very difficult, it may only take a few seconds for an employee to misuse social media, but it can take much longer than that for an employer to properly respond to it and take appropriate action.
Performance reviews allow employees to receive feedback – be it praise for outstanding contributions, suggestions for areas for improvement, or to plan for career growth by setting performance and development objectives for the year ahead. Join us to find out how you can prepare for, and conduct a performance review, with tips on how you can improve the performance review process over time.
These workers have some of the strongest and broadest legislative protections. Navigating these can be difficult for even the most seasoned HR/ER managers. Our interactive, full day workshop, will overview key areas of risk. We will also explore practical strategies for managing these risks when assessing fitness for work, facilitating and managing a return to work, and when termination of employment is necessary.
Despite a growth in popular trends for flexible office layouts and employee perks, the responsibility of happiness and health does not stop there. Mental health is as much a priority, and having the right support available to staff when they need it is of the utmost importance. We will take you through ways to maintain a healthy workplace, and help you to identify what can be done to improve your workplace culture.
Avoiding and correcting underpayments can be a complex and delicate exercise. In this one hour webinar, Employment Relations Specialists Stephen Noone and Anthony Micallef will cover a range of topics