2023 Australia Labour Law & Compliance Workshop Webinar

2023 Australia Labour Law & Compliance Workshop (Webinar)


Are You Up to Date with Australia’s Latest Regulations & Laws?

Did you know that Australia recently increased its national minimum wage by 5.75% from AU$812.60 to AU$882.80 per week? But that’s not all!

In Q2-Q3 of 2023, the land Down Under also passed the new Paid Parental Leave Bill, increased the superannuation guarantee rate from 10.5% to 11% and amended its review rules for 78 Modern Awards..

We are broadening our labour law webinar series to cater to the diverse requirements of our clients in various locations and would like to introduce you to our latest addition, Australia! On that note, you’re invited to our COMPLIMENTARY 2023 Australia Labour Law & Compliance Workshop that’s set to take place on the Wednesday, 30th August 2023 at 2PM HKT / 4PM AEST. Take this opportunity to ask our host any questions you may have regarding labour law and payroll compliance in Australia!

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Our speaker for this session is Lynette Liew, APAC Senior Business Development Manager at Links International. Lynette is responsible for driving solution-based sales in the SEA Markets at Links’ International. Leveraging on the ecosystem in these markets, she possesses an excellent understanding and insights of HR Shared Services, HR Business Partnering and Customer Experience in Southeast Asia!

We look forward to shedding more light on Australia’s labour law and payroll compliance, and clearing your doubts. See you there!

Event Rundown:

  • Australia Labour Law & Compliance
  • Australia Payroll Basics
  • Q&A Session


Lynette Liew
APAC Senior Business Development Manager at Links International

Event Details:

Date:Wednesday, 30 August 2023
Time:2PM to 3PM HKT/ 4PM to 5PM AEST
Venue:Online (Zoom) Webinar
Language: English

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