Employer Engagement Symposium

Symposium Overview

Why Attend EES 2014?

When it comes to employer engagement, really understanding the issues that impact your employers will be the key to a successful working relationship.

Fund staff working in business & relationship development, member services, compliance and marketing roles should not miss this one day event which will arm you with the tools to understand the relevant industry and economic issues impacting your employers as well as delivering practical workshops on SuperStream and MySuper implementation.


 

Symposium Details

Please note: These times are subject to change

Date:

Thursday 8 May, 2014

Venue:

RACV Club, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Registration Opens:

8:30am

Symposium:

9:00am - 5:00pm

Post Symposium networking function

5:00pm - 6:00pm

CPD

Members will automatically receive 8 session hours attended at the event within their half yearly statements.

A statement of attendance will be sent to others on request only by completing the CPD Request form available at the registration desk.


 

Speaker/Chair Gifts:

Australia for UNHCR is an Australian charity that raises funds to support the work of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).

UNHCR has an international mandate to protect and assist those made homeless by conflict and persecution. UNHCR's humanitarian programs include life-saving healthcare, water and shelter in emergencies as well as education and self-reliance programs for refugees and displaced people who cannot return home.

Each speaker and chair will be thanked for their contribution with a donation to Australia for UNHCR on their behalf.

These donations will support UNHCR's education programs which provide refugees with access to educational qualifications and vital skills training. Programs supported to date include a High School and a new Computer Technology Access Centre in Nakivale refugee camp, Uganda.

For more information about Australia for UNHCR or to make a donation please visit - www.unrefugees.org.au or email info@unrefugees.org.au

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