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Webinar recording | How the Modern Slavery Acts are creating demand for dispute resolution professionals

with Hayley Jarick

pre-recorded | Online
Hayley shares great detail about important new legislation and a potential growth area for DR work.

As businesses that turnover >$100M around Australia prepare their first modern slavery statements and the NSW Modern Slavery Act presses forward to include NSW businesses between $50M and $100M in this scope, dispute resolution professionals should be gearing up to assist in the massive remediation effort that the next wave will bring.

Hayley Jarick introduces the Modern Slavery Act requirements on entities and their supply chains and discuss opportunities this creates for dispute resolution professionals in the social and environmental sustainability industries.

This webinar aims at all dispute resolution professionals who are:

  • interested in restorative high conflict, multiparty and cross border disputes

  • looking to expand their portfolio or business into new markets

  • looking to expand their resolution skills in the remediation of victims of modern slavery

The link to the recording of this webinar will remain active for at least 3 months from the date of purchase. We continue to consult with the given presenter as to whether extended availability is possible. We are therefore not able to guarantee access beyond 3 months.

About the speaker

Anna Quinn

Hayley Jarick
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Supply Chain Sustainability School

Hayley Jarick is the CEO of the Australian Supply Chain Sustainability School, Advisory Board Member of ASCI2020 (Australasian Supply Chain Institute) and former GM Australia of Resolution Institute.

Hayley has experience in governance, strategic management, marketing, membership, adult learning, advocacy, financial analytics, sales and customer service in manufacturing, residential and commercial building, heavy construction, professional services and international trade; for-profit and for-purpose; big and small; paid and voluntary.

Hayley has also previously worked for the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia and BlueScope Steel. If you haven’t already, please feel free to connect with Hayley on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/hayleyjarick/

The Supply Chain Sustainability School helps to build clever, collaborative and competitive construction and infrastructure sectors through increasing knowledge and competency of social, environmental and economic sustainability. The school provides free resources, tools, e-learning and face-to-face training for construction and infrastructure suppliers, contractors and service providers.