Introducing Keynote Speaker Charles Cameron

Charles Cameron is the Chief Executive Officer of RCSA, the peak body for the recruitment and workforce services industry in Australia and New Zealand.   Charles joined RCSA in May 2016 as an expert in non-traditional working arrangements and has represented the industry before all forms of government and business.  Charles has expertise in recruitment industry compliance and public policy and, with qualifications in economics and labour law, is an Executive Committee Director on the Board of the World Employment Confederation, the voice of the employment industry at a global level, representing labour market enablers across 50 countries.   Charles is passionate about ensuring that private workforce service providers are recognised and promoted as the right balance between flexibility and responsibility in a fast-changing world of work.

Charles Cameron
Charles Cameron

Charles is a Keynote Speaker at the 3rd Annual Australian Long-Term Unemployment Conference and will present on the topic of ‘The end of work as we know it – Work enablers as future employment creators’.

The future of work is a subject as fascinating as it is disquieting.  Work plays a central role in our lives and in our social identity and will continue to do so.

The new reality of work is already here and it is essential that we think differently about employment creation and pathways to work, that don’t rely upon old school thinking.  Recruitment and workforce service firms are the employment enablers and take their role in a well-functioning modern labour market very seriously.  Whilst RCSA push back on outdated, ideology driven, thinking the RCSA take their responsibility to economy, workforce, community and government very seriously.  This presentation will provide a fast paced insight in to the critical role of the future work enablers, how they as human intermediaries can lead change and how we can learn from international modelling.

The 3rd Annual Australian Long-Term Unemployment Conference will be held on 1 – 2 December 2016 at the Mercure Brisbane. This year’s theme is Finding Solutions and focuses on business working together with employment facilitators and agencies to create positive outcomes for Australia’s long-term unemployed.

For more information on the 3rd Annual Australian Long-Term Unemployment Conference and to secure your registration visit the conference website today.

 

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