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Our association is committed to meeting the needs of our members involved in the HR profession of legal professional services.

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We provide a common meeting ground for HR Professionals in the legal sector via networking opportunities, regular professional development workshops and the opportunity to participate in special interest committees.

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To be eligible for membership, applicants must be currently working in roles within the Asia Pacific legal industry that are ‘pure’ Human Resources. This includes specialist roles such as Learning & Development, Remuneration & Benefits, Recruitment and Resourcing..

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26
Jun
Best Practice Recovery: Understanding the Role of Psychological Rehabilitation | SYD
Date: 26-Jun-2018
Venue: Herbert Smith Freehills Level 34,
ANZ Tower 161 Castlereagh Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
Time: 12:30pm to 2:00pm

One in three lawyers will experience a significant mental health concern during their career. Given such high prevalence rates, it’s imperative that law firms understand how to implement a mental health intervention framework that assists staff through the mental health recovery process. This seminar will assist participants with understanding:

• The mental health intervention framework
• The role of psychological rehabilitation – what it is and what it does
• Best practice psychological rehabilitation in action – from principles to practice and key learnings

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Panel Member: Rachel Clements Rachel Clements
Founder
Centre for Corporate Health
Rachel Clements is the co-founder and Director of Psychological Services and Principal Organisational Psychologist at the Centre for Corporate Health Pty Ltd, a boutique management and psychological consulting organisation based in Sydney. The Centre for Corporate Health specialises in helping organisations maximize their overall functioning by building individual and organisational resilience, which improves productivity, psychological health and overall well-being.

Rachel works across a range of industries and specialises in professional services organisations such as law firms and finance, construction, insurance, health / hospitals and government agencies such as emergency, justice and community services.

Rachel is a key presenter at national and international conferences in the area of occupational stress, intervention, treatment and prevention. She is frequently asked for comment by media organisations to discuss areas such as workplace stress, resilience building, mental health, organisational functioning and leadership.

Rachel has a Bachelor’s degree in Science with Honours in Psychology from the Australian National University and a Master’s degree in Organisational Psychology from the University of Western Australia.

Rachel is a registered Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and Specialist College of Organisational Psychologists.

Rachel partners with R U OK? day and sits on their Think Tank which designs and develops materials for R U OK? Day.

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14
Aug
Thriving in a Disrupted World | MEL
Date: 14-Aug-2018
Venue: Wotton & Kearney Level 15, 600 Bourke Street
Melbourne
Time: 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Disruption in the legal profession is changing the nature of roles, value chains and client relationships. Global Mercer research finds preparing for this unknown future requires organisations to build a future focused people strategy, curate a compelling value proposition, create thriving work environment and cultivate a lab mindset. Unleashing the value of HR analytics underpins success in each of these areas. In this session, Mercer Practice Leader – Learning and Inclusion, Yolanda Beattie, will share the findings of research into how Australian law firms are adapting their people and culture strategies to respond to the forces of disruption.

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Panel Member: Yolanda Beattie Yolanda Beattie
Learning and Inclusion
Mercer
Yolanda leads the Learning and Inclusion consulting practice for Mercer in Australia. In this role, she helps organisations create workplaces where their people thrive through high impact learning programs and inclusion solutions. By working with clients, Mercer's subject matter experts and strategic partners, she designs and delivers transformational leadership and learning programs aimed at developing the mindsets and skills required to succeed in the future, as well as inclusion solutions that tackle the barriers that stop underrepresented talent from reaching their potential.

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