Alera National Conference 2021, Melbourne, Australia, 15th & 16th October 2021 

ALERA National Conference 2020, Melbourne, 16th to 17th October

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What will be the Future of Employment Relations & Work?

Sustainability, Productivity & Inclusion in an age of Artificial Intelligence, Digitization & the Gig Economy after COVID-19


In view of the COVID-19 pandemic the ALERA/IRSV Conference Committee reluctantly postponed the ALERA National Conference that was originally scheduled for October 2020. 


The Conference will now be held on 15 and 16 October 2021 at Novotel Melbourne.


FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT ALERA CONFERENCE MANAGERS:

Helen McLean helen@caseyconferenceservices.com.au 0409 350 708 Marg Scarlett pcs@cogroup.com.au 0419 805 362

Conference Speakers

  • Sharan Burrow
    Sharan Burrow
  • Jim Stanford
    Jim Stanford
  • Frances Anderson
    Frances Anderson
  • Stephen Smith
    Stephen Smith
  • Sandra Parker
    Sandra Parker
  • Hon Justice Iain Ross
    Hon Justice Iain Ross
  • Sally McManus
    Sally McManus
  • Hon Tony Bourke
    Hon Tony Bourke
  • Alison Pennington
    Alison Pennington
  • Greg Vines
    Greg Vines
  • Paula McDonald
    Paula McDonald
  • Andrew Stewart
    Andrew Stewart
Sharan Burrow
Sharan Burrow
ABOUT ALERA

ALERA is an independent, non­partisan association which encourages research, discussion and debate on a wide range of issues affecting employment relations. The Association welcomes members involved in, studying or interested in industrial, labour or employment relations, labour law and human resources. 

ALERA's objective is to organise and foster discussion, research, education and publication within the field of workplace relations. ALERA is governed by an Executive Committee of representatives from its affiliated State and Territory societies, including the Industrial Relations Society of Victoria (IRSV), which is hosting this conference. 

ALERA brings together people from academia, consulting, employers, governments, the legal profession, unions and other fields. 

These people work to contribute to the promotion of better workplace relations through ALERA affiliates’ newsletters, training, lectures, workshops and an ALERA biennial conference. Participation facilitates an exchange of opinions, an understanding of different points of view and new friendships, which can all help to create goodwill and understanding in the field of workplace relations. 

ALERA (then called the Industrial Relations Society of Australia) began in the 1950s. One of its first initiatives was to launch the Journal of Industrial Relations. ALERA is affiliated to the International Labour and Employment Relations Association (ILERA).

ALERA/IRSV 2021 Conference Committee


- Natascha Boehm; Chris Meallin; (Co-chairs)

- Greg Bamber; Julian Teicher; Virginia Wills

- Helen McLean; Marg Scarlett (Conference Managers)

- Anna Lee Cribb; Niki Howells Schramm (ex-officio)

PLATINUM SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSORS



Journal of Industrial Relations

SILVER SPONSORS

Lander & Rogers

Workplace Wizards

The Workplace Collective

SATCHELL SPONSORS


Workplace Express

Invitation to Sponsor the ALERA National Conference


The Future of Employment Relations & Work: Sustainability, Productivity & Inclusion in an age of Artificial Intelligence, Digitization & the Gig Economy 15-16 October 2021 – Melbourne.


We invite you to sponsor the ALERA National Conference. The Conference will be held at Novotel on Collins on 15th & 16th October 2021. This is an ideal opportunity for your organisation to benefit from exposure to conference participants and potential participants, which could help to raise your profile and reputation, and expand your networks. The conference will include leading national and international speakers as well as delegates from around Australia and overseas. 


ALERA is an independent, non­partisan association which encourages research, discussion and debate on a wide range of issues affecting employment relations. The Association welcomes members involved in, studying or interested in industrial, labour or employment relations, labour law and human resources. 


ALERA's objective is to organise and foster discussion, research, education and publication within the field of workplace relations. ALERA is governed by an Executive Committee of representatives from its affiliated State and Territory societies, including the Industrial Relations Society of Victoria (IRSV), which is hosting this conference. 


WHO ATTENDS? 

ALERA brings together people from academia, consulting, employers, governments, the legal profession, unions and other fields.


These people work to contribute to the promotion of better workplace relations through ALERA affiliates’ newsletters, training, lectures, workshops and an ALERA biennial conference. Participation facilitates an exchange of opinions, an understanding of different points of view and new friendships, which can all help to create goodwill and understanding in the field of workplace relations. ALERA (then called the Industrial Relations Society of Australia) began in the 1950s. One of its first initiatives was to launch the Journal of Industrial Relations. 


ALERA is affiliated to the International Labour and Employment Relations Association (ILERA). 


WHY SPONSOR? Apart from showcasing your organisation, sponsors are provided with opportunities to interact with the delegates; a hallmark of the ALERA conference is the convivial spirit. Print and social/electronic media report on the conference, and this will provide additional public exposure for sponsors. We trust the opportunity to sponsor the ALERA National Conference is exciting to you and we look forward to your participation and support. '


Should you wish to sponsor or have any questions or require additional information please do not hesitate to contact our conference managers: 


Helen – helen@caseyconferenceservices.com.au or Marg – pcs@cogroup.com.au