4 April 2017 Roadshow: It's all about your industry April 4, 2017 By Reef Admin General, REEF management 0 Hear from REEF about what lies ahead in the workplace relations space at the 2017 Roadshow. You'll also hear insights from other key industry stakeholders. Real Estate's Big Day Out From coast to country and from the city to the bush, the 2017 Roadshow is bringing you the information you've asked for. Only at the Roadshow will you find out what's really happening in your industry. To find out about all the speakers and topics, click on the link below. Attached Files REEF_Roadshow_2017_flyer (final) 963.18 KB Related REEF President gives 2017 annual report at AGM At the recent AGM, REEF President Fred Andriessen presented his annual report and provided a snapshot of just some of the activities REEF has been involved in over the course of 2017. 2017 real estate industry rates of pay now available The minimum rates of pay for employees engaged under the Real Estate Industry Award 2010 and the Clerks – Private Sector Award 2010 have been announced. Real Estate Industry Award: Out with the old, in with the new After a long battle, the Fair Work Commission has now finalised the four-year award review and the new Real Estate Industry Award will commence on 2 April 2018. Here's what you need to know before the changes kick in. Keeping post-employment restraints intact Enforcing a post-employment restraint can be extremely complex – and expensive! Matthew Robinson provides tips to help members through the process and maximise their chances of success. Don't be left in the dark: New industry award starts on 2 April 2018 After a long battle, the Fair Work Commission has now finalised the four-year review and the Real Estate Industry Award 2015 will commence on 2 April 2018. Big changes are ahead. Here's what you need to know. How can I restrain an ex-employee's conduct? It’s a common misconception that a post-employment restraint in an employee’s contract of employment isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. But the absence of a restraint leaves you with very limited opportunity to restrain an ex-employee's objectionable conduct. Comments are closed.