perspectives from the public and private sectors, this forum will explore how
you can operate effectively in a flexible workplace. Discover which insights
and tools you can apply to help manage yourself and your own flexible work
practices while remaining accountable and delivering results. You will also
find out how flexibility can support the delivery of core functions and
Three speakers will share their experiences delivering business outcomes within
flexible working arrangements. Speakers include Jane Spring, Assistant
Commissioner, Capability and Leadership Strategy Division, Public Service
Commission, Simone Walker, Deputy Secretary, NSW Department of Family & Community
Services and Amy Cotterell, HR Business Partner, Arcadis.
The positive impact of flexibility on health and well-being, staff retention
and attraction as an employer of choice is well documented. This forum is a
must for those wishing to share in the future of flexible work practices.
Time: 5:30pm - 7:15pm
Venue: Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Perth Room, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney
Cost: $49 - 99
Hear from Assistant Commissioner, Scott Johnston, as he outlines the Public Service Commission's response to the 2018 Review into NSW Public Service Recruitment Reforms.
Understand how two agencies have transformed business recruitment operations and improved the candidate experience:
- Samantha Cummins, Director Talent, Transport for NSW, will discuss the organisation's shift to centralised talent acquisition specialists.
- Nally Nguyen, HR Operations and Recruitment Manager, Legal Aid NSW, will explain the introduction of assessment centres and the benefits of an improved candidate experience.
Debunk some of the myths around recruitment and discover other recruitment candidate experience improvements from across the NSW public sector.
Time: 9:00am - 11:00am
Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, Marble Room, 27 O'Connell Street, Sydney