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April 11th 2024


Virtual event


The Right to Disconnect – Is Your Business Ready?

Unlock the insights you need to navigate the new era of workplace legislation with our upcoming panel discussion on “The Right to Disconnect”.

Join us as we delve into the implications of this groundbreaking legislation, as outlined in the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), with expert perspectives from Debra Brodowski, Penny Myerscough, Lucy Shanahan, and Christian Frost.

Gain invaluable insights on what workplaces should be doing to prepare, including updating policies, reviewing employment contracts and fostering effective communication protocols. Understand the dispute resolution mechanism and equip yourself with the knowledge to handle potential teething problems. Prepare your business for success in this evolving landscape.

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve – register today!



Penny Myerscough

National Manager – Learning & Wellbeing Culture, Centre for Corporate Health

Heizy Serrels

National Manager – Learning & Wellbeing Culture, Centre for Corporate Health

Lucy Shanahan

Partner – Kingston Reid


Christian Frost

Group Executive, Safety Health Environment & Quality – Ventia


About event

With new WHS Act reforms, new codes of practice and new legal precedence, employers now have a more explicit duty of care to the psychosocial wellbeing of their people.

What else you should know

In this session Penny Myerscough and Heizy Serrels, National Managers of Learning and Wellbeing Culture at the Centre for Corporate Health, will share a number of case studies that bring to life the application of these regulations in the workplace. This conversation also provides insights on how to assess what psychosocial hazards are truly at play within your organisation, how leaders can uplift capability in this area and what to do when risks are unable to be eliminated.

What does the session offer

Penny and Heizy offer practical tips for operationalising a framework that cuts across psychosocial risks and considers the entire wellbeing continuum, ensuring you can establish protective factors in even the most challenging workplace cultures and environments.