Information workshops

October discussion panel: Transparency – what can your members see at the ROC?

We hosted a discussion panel about transparency on Tuesday 19th October 2021. We were joined by representatives of unions, employer associations and registered auditors.

Some of the discussion points included:

  • the lodgements available to download on the ROC website
  • what the financial report reveals about the performance of organisations
  • how organisations and branches can prepare clear and compliant ORP statements
  • good governance tips to promote officer disclosures.

If you missed the live event we have now published the audio recording below.

Download the online panel discussion transcript


Links to previous workshops

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Online Workshops

These are a great tool to assist your organisation with its ongoing compliance. Each workshop contains an audio recording (approx. 1 hour) with detailed questions, answers, hypotheticals and examples to help you understand the topic of the workshop. There are also links to relevant documents that are mentioned in the audio. The workshops can be accessed at any time and are aimed to assist officers, administrators and members of registered organisations.  

2021
Online masterclasses: May
Online workshop series: March
Online discussion about your annual return: January

2020
Officer financial training panel discussion: November
Elections discussion: September
Officer and related party (ORP) disclosure statement discussion: July
Q&A with the ROC: May

     
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Information Workshops

These are records of in person events that the ROC has held to assist organisations with their compliance. The workshop will have details of the speakers and links to the handouts. These events are not recorded and are a point in time reference. 

2019
Hobart: November
Canberra: September
Adelaide: July
Melbourne: May 
Sydney: March 

2018
Brisbane: November 
Perth: September 

     
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Information Workshop Questions and Answers

Many questions have been asked at the information sessions and workshops about specific circumstances, particularly in relation to corrupting benefits and disclosure obligations for bargaining representatives. The ROC cannot provide legal advice about how the law applies to individual specific circumstances, however our tools and resources on a range of topics might assist organisations and their branches to identify issues they need to think about.  

View our questions and answers page