The Australian government recently commenced a nationwide rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine. Participation has been a topic of considerable discussion, leaving employers grappling with the question of whether they can implement mandatory workplace vaccination policies.
Despite the fact the vaccine won’t be mandatory, or that it may be difficult to direct employees to be vaccinated, employers must remain focused on their duty of care and implement best practice in terms of workplace health and safety.
We are delighted to extend you a complimentary invitation to join us to hear first-hand how Coraggio can expand and futureproof your business, followed by an upfront and personal keynote speaker session with Edward Mallett, the Managing Director of Employsure.
Opened by Coraggio’s CEO, Richard Skarzynski, who will discuss how being part of a Coraggio peer-to-peer Advisory Board provides a sustainable solution to navigate your business effectively throughout 2021 and beyond.
Followed by Edward Mallett who will provide insights into:
– How employers navigate COVID vaccinations in the workplace
– Latest WHS compliance updates that every business owner needs to understand
– What employers can do to remain agile with people and business management.
About Edward Mallett
Managing Director, Employsure
British-born Edward Mallet commenced his career as an employment relations barrister at Littleton Chambers, after studying law at Cambridge University in the UK and the United States Duke University.
After leaving the bar, Edward worked for Peninsula Business Services, the UK’s largest provider of employment law and safety advice to small and medium business sectors.
Mallet migrated to Australia in 2010, not long after the Fair Work Act 2009 was introduced. He had witnessed how high legal fees for business owners seeking HR assistance and decided to establish a new system offering professional advice at an affordable price.
Identifying a gap in the Australian market, Mallett founded Employsure, a subscription-based workplace relations service offering round the clock advice to employers.
Shortly after securing his first client, Ed hired his first employee, and within the space of eight months, Employsure’s client base had grown to 100.
The company received financial backing from UK-based Peninsula Group in 2012, allowing Ed to take the company national from its Sydney office.
This investment was the catalyst enabling Employsure’s rapid grow. The company hit 1,000 clients by August 2013, more than 3,200 by the same time a year later, and by 2015 it exploded to 7,000, cementing its status as the largest business in its sector.
As of mid-2020 Employsure has about 900 staff servicing more than 27,000 clients across Australia and New Zealand.
About Richard Skarzynski
Chief Executive Officer, Coraggio
Richard is a leader committed to delivering significant value, enabling business owners and entrepreneurs to future proof their business. He has been a Chair of Coraggio for more than six years and the CEO since 2017.
What is Coraggio?
Coraggio brings together Australian private business owners, leaders and entrepreneurs in a secure and confidential boardroom environment to challenge assumptions, discuss new ideas, discover next steps and share concerns with neutral parties committed and accountable to one another.
Coraggio Members gather at their monthly Advisory Board and collectively with their fellow group of peer members from diverse industry sectors, work with their Chair, a lawyer, and an accountant to tangibly drive business success.
Pre meeting requirements
Seating is limited to this complimentary session, aimed specifically at established business owners and entrepreneurs. Following your registration, you will be contacted by Louise McKeon from Coraggio’s Advisory Team.
Who should attend?
– Businesses turning over a minimum of $500K.
– Established business owners, business leaders and entrepreneurs.
– Businesses seeking to scale or sell.
To find out more about this event and the eligibility criteria please contact Louise McKeon on 0409 926 028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Thursday 15 April 2021
Venue: Farrer Place Sydney NSW 2000
Arrive: 9:00AM (9:30AM start) to 12:30PM
Morning tea will be served at 11:00AM. Food and beverages are individually packaged according to the guidelines and physical distancing measures as per Government regulations.