2016 Conference

We are pleased to announce that our 4th Annual Conference that was held last 21st May 2015 in Melbourne was a huge success.

Where the employee ownership world meets

employees ,eet wrldThe conference is the largest of its kind in Australia and attracts professionals from across the business world, including share plan advisers, administrators, HR professionals, employment and contract lawyers, finance directors, company secretaries and communications experts.

More than 70 delegates, representing some of the world’s largest companies attended the Conference last year.

Unparalleled Chances to Learn and Network with your peers

Our program offers you the opportunity to hear from experts in the field, companies that have successfully implemented plans worldwide and Government representatives.

Employee share plans have been through a period of huge change worldwide, this is your opportunity to find out what the practical impacts have been and how companies are dealing with this period of transition.

EOA 2016 Awards and Conference

Sharing the employee ownership future.

EOA: Perth Gathering

Come along to learn all about EOA – find out about our Inner Circle reference group, and our Experts Panel.

Employee Ownership Global Law and Tax Trends – An Update

Employee Ownership Australia and New Zealand global legal and tax trends update.

Globally, employee share schemes are going through a period of change. This webinar offers an opportunity to find out how to best operate innovatively and effectively in this environment. Practically, many companies review their share plans during this period of the business cycle; this webinar will present a good opportunity to learn about the latest trends.

What Women Want?

How inclusive and engaging is your employee plan design and communication to women?

Women make up a significant proportion of companies’ workforce but to what extent are they taken into account when considering plan design and communication? In one company, Marks & Spencer in the UK, good work in this area increased participation by their predominantly female workforce by 25% in 3 years.