Get Job Ready for International Students – Australian workplace culture

Find out how Australian workplaces operate, common behaviours you should expect from your colleagues and other distinctive Australian workplace cultural norms.

Are you wanting to know more about Australian workplace etiquette? What does it mean when an employer tells you to dress in 'smart casual'? What should you anticipate during the ‘onboarding process when commencing a new role? How should you deal with conflict or an uncomfortable situation?

This workshop will provide you with an understanding of how Australian workplaces operate, common behaviours you should expect from your colleagues and other distinctive Australian workplace cultural norms. There will be an opportunity during the workshop to ask any questions you have about etiquette in the workplace and how to navigate workplaces.

What you'll walk away knowing:

  • Common workplace dress codes and what they mean
  • Workplace communication and slang
  • Expected workplace behaviour
  • Australian workplace norms
  • How to find out about your workplace rights under law Australia

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