27 October 2015 - FEM Brisbane Chapter- Employment Law, Resourcing Global Projects and Managing Talent Across International Borders

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Recent trends in global mobility have seen increases in international assignments. Complex issues are arising with respect to the employment contract and the terms of the assignment. These complexities are compounded in situations where assignments may continue over many years and multiple countries. Join us for a thought provoking discussion on the legal and practical intricacies of best handling international assignments. We will discuss

• Employment Documents for Expats

• Assignment Types

• Common Myths, Frequent Mistakes, and Golden Opportunities

• Best Practice


Nick Le Mare, Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Nick leads the Workplace Relations team in the Brisbane office of Corrs Chambers Westgarth. He has extensive experience in industries that are at the forefront of workplace relations. As former General Counsel of Queensland Rail and General Manager Workplace Relations at Virgin Australia, Nick brings his unique understanding of what it is like to be the recipient of external legal services to ensure commercial outcomes are at the forefront of all advice he delivers.

Alastair Wiseman, People Business Partner for Brisbane Delivery Centre and Queensland Offices, Aurecon
Alastair, a senior HR practitioner with over 17 years of Human Resources experience. Graduate of Human Resources from the Otago University (NZ), with a genuine passion for hands on HR work. Alastair has worked and lived overseas in the UK, New Zealand and PNG, within the Banking, Mining, Electricity and Professional Services industries. Mobility and international HRM related strategy has become a part of his work life over the last 10 years, having been relocated internationally and domestically during that time; with engagements on FIFO projects to Fiji, Indonesia and PNG. The changing facets of mobility entitlement and the use of technology are areas that Aurecon have started to embrace.

Chris Lee, AMEC Foster-Wheeler

27 October 2015

07:30am to 09:30am

Deloitte,123 Eagle St, Brisbane

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