Mobile-ising Women in Business, a successful conference series empowering women entrepreneurs will return to Melbourne for the second time on Tuesday, 29 August.
The growth of technology and all it enables is proving to move exponentially faster than predicted, mostly driven by consumer behaviour. The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Victorian Chamber through Biz Better Together are here to deliver Australian business owners the information and tools to be forerunners in their fields of expertise.
The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry invites you to a special morning event focussing on protecting the mental health of our young workers.
Mental Health – it’s an expression we hear every day and the workplace has an important role to play in fostering positive mental health.
What you need to do to protect your business
Are you up to date with the latest changes to OHS law and the fact that potential fines are now up to $3.1m in Victoria? Are you aware of current trends in workers compensation claims and what this means for your business?
After almost 20 years of trying and billions of dollars invested, why are organisations still struggling with cyber security?
In an increasingly digital world, cyber-attacks are occurring daily. In fact, the problem seems to be getting worse, not better. We are dealing with an ecosystem full of malicious software, while cyber security law is not yet fully developed. So how can you be on your way to being “cyber ready?”
Melbourne, it is time to clear your calendar, grab your scarf and succumb to footy fever!
It doesn’t matter if you are a footy fanatic or a newbie to the game, there’s nothing like experiencing standing on the hallowed grounds of Etihad Stadium during AFL footy season.
This September we’re heading back to the MCG for the annual Victorian Chamber Pitcher Partners Grand Final Lunch. AFL stars Jarryd Roughead, Chris Judd and Mick Malthouse will join broadcaster Hamish McLachlan in a compelling conversation about the highs of winning and the lows of losing a Grand Final. These experiences translate directly to success and downturns in business.
Dispelling the myths around workplace mental health
Mental health is the hot workplace topic of conversation at the moment, with statistics telling us it's costing Australian business over $11bn per year in absenteeism, lost productivity and workers’ compensation claims.