Getting what you bargained for – another round of APS bargaining is upon us


Your Hosts: Elen Perdikogiannis

Cost: $59.95


This instructional presentation is aimed at providing guidance on the steps under Part 2-4 of the Fair Work Act 2009 for enterprise bargaining and the pitfalls to avoid in the process. The webinar also discusses the use of s 24(1) determinations under the Public Service Act 1999

This video is 15 minutes in length and will equate to ¼ CPD point.





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Elen Perdikogiannis, AGS Senior General Counsel


Elen joined AGS in September 2017. She has over 22 years of experience in government law, and her key areas of expertise are employment and workplace relations law, work health and safety law, constitutional law, administrative law, legislative development and implementation, and public administration and governance. 

Elen has extensive experience in the development and interpretation of workplace relations legislation, including significant aspects of the Fair Work Act 2009. As a former senior executive in a Commonwealth agency, she also has practical experience in the implementation of arrangements to ensure compliance with applicable Commonwealth laws. 

Elen joined AGS from the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, where she led the agency’s legal, finance, ICT, governance, HR and test collection functions. As the most senior lawyer in the agency, she was involved in the enterprise bargaining process in the last 2 bargaining rounds, on the second occasion as Chief Negotiator.



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