Human resources for CLCs: Refresh and refocus

HR Refresh Refocus

As employers, CLCs sometimes need to manage complex people management challenges, often without dedicated in-house human resources support. Through the National Accreditation Scheme, most CLCs will have developed frameworks, policies and procedures to assist with key HR management.

This webinar, presented by Margaret Balsillie, HR Consultant with Jobs Australia, is an opportunity to refresh, refocus and revisit the HR frameworks that exist to assist leaders in developing best practice people management skills. The session will provide strategies for leaders in improving many aspects of people management including communication, decision making and managing conflict across a range of HR activities including:

  • Recruitment and retention tips and strategies
  • Managing poor performance and how to have a difficult conversation
  • Creating a positive workplace culture
  • Ending employment.

This overview session is designed to assist in building leadership strategies that assist in creating positive, resilient and high performing teams.

Event Details

Date: December 9, 2021
Time: 11am - 12pm (Queensland time)
Cost: Free
Hosted by: Community Legal Centres Queensland
Venue: Online


About the presenter: Margaret Balsillie – Human Resources Consultant

Margaret joined Jobs Australia as a Human Resources Consultant within the Workplace Relations team in 2011.

Margaret is a HR/IR professional that thrives on helping others to be the best they can, with a passion for people and leadership development her role at Jobs Australia has provided the perfect setting for her to create genuine connections with Jobs Australia members through her ability to authentically listen, learn, lead, and laugh.

Currently leading a team of passionate Industrial Relations specialists who provide first-class support to Jobs Australia members is an absolute privilege and provides the space for the team to bring new ideas together, to influence wonderful outcomes for our members.

Some of the other notches on Margaret’s profession belt are mentoring, mediation, project management, workplace investigations and her first love – training.

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