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National PIR Conference | 1 and 2 May 2017

The Conference is a valuable opportunity to hear from a great line up of speakers on key workplace relations topics, to discuss and debate key issues, and to have input into the policy positions of Ai Group. As always the PIR Conference provides a valuable forum to catch up with HR and WR leaders from other companies and to share ideas and strategies.

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Confirmed speakers include:

  • Shadow Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, Brendan O'Connor MP
  • Fair Work Commission President Justice Iain Ross
  • One Nation Workplace Relations Spokesperson, Senator Malcolm Roberts
  • Senator Bridget McKenzie, Chair of the Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee
  • Natalie James, the Fair Work Ombudsman
  • Nigel Hadgkiss, Australian Building and Construction Commissioner
  • Scott Connolly, ACTU Assistant Secretary
  • Age Discrimination Commissioner, Dr Kay Patterson
  • Troy Roderick, Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Telstra
  • Danielle Kavanagh, Senior Legal Counsel, Workplace Change, Orora Limited
  • Matt Zadow, former Group Manager Industrial Relations, UGL
  • Ai Group speakers, including Chief Executive Innes Willox, Head of National Workplace Relations Policy Stephen Smith and Chief Economist Julie Toth
  • Dinner speaker: Leading journalist Brad Norington
  • Luncheon speaker: Leading journalist Malcolm Farr

For any enquiries regarding PIR, please contact Sarah McCormick on 03 9867 0224 or events@aigroup.com.au

Booking of Accommodation at the Hyatt Canberra

Group Dates: Saturday 29 April -  Tuesday 02 May 2017. You can choose to stay just for Monday night, or arrive over the weekend.

Group Rate: Park King: $265.00 per room per night

Parking: Valet parking is $25.00 per car, per day. Alternatively, there are over 200 car spaces around the exterior of the Hotel.

Internet: Complimentary basic Wifi available in all guest rooms  

Booking procedure:

- Guests to call 13 1234 or email pacific.reservations@hyatt.com

- Quote block code AIGA  in order to obtain the group accommodation rate

-Guests are required to confirm their booking with a valid credit card, they will also be asked to provide this credit card upon check in to guarantee any incidentals during their stay

- Payment for accommodation is not required at the time of booking. Guests may choose their payment method upon check in.

-A confirmation email will be sent by Hyatt Hotel Reservations to the guest once the booking has been confirmed. They will also receive a reservation reminder email 7 days prior to check in

- Any reservations not cancelled by 2pm, 30 days prior to arrival will incur a 100% cancellation charge