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Webinar: Building a New Social Contract: Lessons from the COVID Pandemic, Black Lives Matter, and Renewed Worker Activism

You are invited to attend ‘Building a New Social Contract: Lessons from the COVID Pandemic, Black Lives Matter, and Renewed Worker Activism’.

This event is organised by the Centre for Global Business’ International Consortium for Research in Employment and Work (iCREW) at Monash Business School, together with the Australian Labour and Employment Relations Association and the Industrial Relations Society of Victoria, Australia.

There is a long-recognised need for a new social contract that better fits the workforce and economy. However, the emergence of the COVID-19 crisis and the Black Lives Matter movement makes action all the more necessary and urgent.

Join Speaker Professor Thomas A Kochan, MIT Sloan School of Management and Moderator Professor Margaret Gardner AC, Vice-Chancellor of Monash University as they discuss how to move forward by incorporating these issues into a new social contract at work and in a society that is more productive, equitable, inclusive and resilient.

The webinar convenor is Professor Greg Bamber, Director, iCREW (CGB), Monash Business School; President, Australian Labour and Employment Relations Association (ALERA)

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WEBINAR DETAILS:

26 Oct. 2020: 

10.30pm UK time;

5.30pm NY time;  

27 Oct. 2020 
8.30-9.30am AEST [Melbourne, Australia]
 

 

 

 

19th October 2020