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ADIA Connecting Industry Event - Workplace relations

ADIA Connecting Industry Event - Workplace relations

6th Apr 17

Summary —

Understanding the evolution of the workplace relations system and its impact on the dental industry is the focus of the next instalment of the ADIA Connecting Industry event series to be held on 3 May 2017 in Sydney.

Key Issues For The Dental Industry —

Join your colleagues at the next ADIA Connecting Industry event that's all about helping you form the professional contacts that will open doors to new business opportunities.

Over glass of wine, beer or soft drink plus canapés with colleagues, at this event you'll have the opportunity to hear about how changes to the workplace relations framework are likely to impact employers in the dental industry.  It's sure to be an informative and enjoyable event with your industry colleagues.

Key Presenter —

Alana Matheson, Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

What You'll Get Out Of This Event —

Meet workplace relations professionals in the dental industry.
Find out about how the workplace relations system is evolving.
Understand the context of the penalty rate changes.
Learn how you can get involved in the policy debate.

Who Should Attend —

Workplace relations professionals.
Senior management interested in workplace relations issues.
Professionals wishing to meet others in the dental industry.

The ADIA Connecting Industry events are a great opportunity to exchange best practice knowledge, learn about the business techniques of your peers and stay abreast of the latest industry developments. The details of this event are as follows:

Sydney —

Wednesday, 3 May 2017 [4:30PM - 6:30PM]
ADIA National Office
85 Bourke Road, Alexandria
New South Wales

Register Now —

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Catch-up with colleagues from across the industry at this ADIA Connecting Industry event that's all about letting you grow your network of professional contacts and expanding your knowledge of issues that affect dental product manufacturers and suppliers. There is no charge for employees of ADIA members businesses to attend and there is a cost of $66 for non-members to attend.

About Connecting Industry Events —

The ADIA Connecting Industry event series is all about bringing professionals from across the dental industry together to share ideas and learn about what influences the direction of the dental industry.Even if the guest speaker is presenting on a topic outside your immediate area of interest, come along and strengthen your network of professional contacts. [Read More]

Further Information —

If you have an interest in this event, or misplaced your login details, please contact ADIA Event Services via email at or telephone 1300 943 094. To keep up to date with all that's happening in this area subscribe to the Twitter feed @AusDental or follow us on Facebook at


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