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Contractors vs employees, using casuals and what is same job, same pay?
In the latest episode of the ASIAL Security Insider podcast, we speak with ASIAL industrial relations expert Chris Delaney and the current tranche of industrial relations changes before Parliament. We explore the difference between contractors and employees, the challenges of same job, same pay, changes to wage theft and industrial manslaughter legislation and why you need to be careful when using casuals.This episode is proudly brought to you by Guardhouse.
AI, Robots and the Future of Security
In this episode of the ASIAL Security Insider podcast, we speak with Roman Quaedvlieg.Roman is a former Commissioner of the Australian Border Force and a former Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner. Since leaving government service, Roman has taken on the role of Partner and director at Excelium, a cyber security consultancy specialising in the protection of critical infrastructure. Roman is also a Non-Executive Board Member with Codec Security Ventures Australia.We spoke with Roman about the role of robots, drones and AI in the future of security.Be sure to check out Roman's article in the latest issue of Security Insider magazine.
The State of AI in Security
In this episode of the ASIAL Security Insider Podcast, we speak with Michael Lang, Solutions Architect at NVIDIA, about the current state of AI and its potential uses in security.Where are we at, where might it all be going, and how could AI affect the future of security? You can see Michael presenting on the AI, along with a host of other great speakers, at the upcoming Security Expo and Conference taking place at the International Convention Centre from August 30th to September 1st.Visit securityexpo.com.au for more details.
Understanding Licensing for Security Businesses
In this episode of the ASIAL Security Insider Podcast, we speak with Peter Johnson, compliance officer for ASIAL, about some of the more common myths, misconceptions and challenges around licensing for security businesses.Do you need to have a license in another part of Australia if you are subcontracting out the work?What happens when you sell your security business?Who needs to be the primary license holder in a security business?
Understanding Changes to Industrial Relations June 2023
In this episode of the ASIAL Security Insider podcast, we speak with Chris Delaney, Industrial Relations advisor for ASIAL. We cover a wide range of important subjects, including:Contracts of employmentEmployee requests for flexibilitySunsetting of zombie agreementsEmployers' responsibility regarding sexual harassment in the workplacePay increases and the difficulties companies might face in passing costs onto clientsRedefining casual workers and Issues relating to proposed 'Same Job Same Pay'.