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Good Employment Practice Seminars for Farmers

Bruce Cottrill, Federated Farmer's industrial relations specialist is hosting a series of Good Employment Practice Seminars in Otago and Southland this week.

The seminars will cover job descriptions, person specifications, interview skills, performance appraisals and motivation. Bruce will also cover Employment Law relating to discipline, dispute resolution, dismissal, and best practice for employer.

The new Variable Order Sharemilking agreement is also on the agenda.

Bruce is delighted with enrolments to date and urges any one interested in attending to contact the Federation on 0800 327 646.

25 July Oamaru Federated Farmer's rooms, Helaman House 343 Thames Highway

26 June Balclutha Rosebank Lodge, 265 Clyde Street

27 June Invercargill Federated Farmers, 70 Forth Street

The meetings will run from 9:30am - 4:00pm, refreshments will be provided. This seminar is free to Federated Farmers financial members and $50 for non-members.

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