Australian Labour & Employment Relations Association (ALERA) - Virtual Conference: 15-16 Oct. 2021


Dates and times: 

October 15, 2021 - 08:00 to October 16, 2021 - 18:00


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The Australian Labour & Employment Relations Association (ALERA) would be glad to welcome you to its Virtual Conference. The themes are "The future of employment relations and work: productivity, sustainability, AI, digitalisation and the gig economy after COVID-19".

ALERA has moved the conference to an online format. We expect the discussions and debates to be just as lively and informative as usual ALERA conferences, but with the online format, the fees are in $AUD and are much less than usual; there’s an early bird discount of 20% if registering before the early bird date. Although this was 1 Oct. 2021, we are extending the early bird date to 3 Oct.. For those interested in Australian and international perspectives, it would be a good investment, much less than if it were face to face. [There will be no costs for travel, accommodation, catering etc. and you can attend from the comfort of your own place!]

The conference flyer and speakers details are available at the conference website here, or see: You may claim continuing professional development (CPD) points for attending the ALERA Conference where relevant. You would be welcome to register to join us for great discussions led by excellent speakers. Click here for info.

Please share this information with your networks. For more information, please see the conference website here, or email me or the conference managers Helen & Marg:, Please let us know if you would like to discuss anything. Thanks.

Looking forward to seeing you at the Conference!

Cheers; keep well; stay safe; all the best from lockdown….

Greg, for the ALERA Conference Committee

President, Australian Labour & Employment Relations Association (ALERA).


Director, International Consortium for Research in Employment & Work (iCREW), Monash Business School, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

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