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Faith at Work dialogue with Hon Bill Shorten MP

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We are very pleased to announce the Opposition leader, Bill Shorten, will be launching CCER’s Faith at Work Dialogues for 2017. Mr Shorten will be examining how his private beliefs have inspired his public policies and shaped a life in the limelight. Conducted by the Catholic Commission for Employment Relations, the Faith at Work Dialogues feature…

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2017 Training Calendar is now available!

CCER’s 2017 Training Calendar is now available.  The 2017 program covers a range of areas such as Create Great Catholic Workplaces and Performance Counselling in Practice as well as the return of the popular A – Z of Employment Relations. Save the date for these key professional development opportunities in 2017 – put them in your diary now…

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Politics as disillusionment:­ there has to be a better way

Within hours of the announcement that Greg Hunt would be the new health minister, medical profession leaders asked for more money. Not only did the medical profession ask for an increase to fees under the medical benefits schedule, its leaders also asked for an increase to funding for public hospitals. It is unclear how increasing remuneration…

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Not Working Out – Is working from home really working?

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CCER’s Director of Operations, Desiree Blackett, dares to suggest working from home doesn’t always work. We constantly hear from HR ‘experts’ that in order to be a good employer we must offer flexible work practices. There are many ways to do this, such as split shifts or job sharing, but nothing says “Flexible Workplace” like…

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