Webinar: The Changing Workplace with Vaughan Wilson
- 31 May 10:00 am – 11:00 am
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- CPD Points: 1.00
- Access Restrictions: The recording of this webinar is only available through the Property Institute site to people who have purchased access using the Register button on this page.
- Duration: 60:00
- $63.25 Members
- $126.50 Non Members
About the Event
The employment scene is changing at an ever-faster rate, and it is vital to know and understand these changes. Workplaces in 2023 will be more diverse, distributed, and virtual than ever before.
Vaughan will discuss the five key trends that are shaping the future of work.
- New behaviours
- The Millennial Workforce
Members please note, you will be required to complete a participation & CPD verification question before your CPD points will be automatically allocated to your CPD diary.
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Vaughan manages the Wellington office of Wilson Hurst along with business development and client liaison.
Vaughan is also involved in mobile phone site acquisition, tenancy searches for clients and wind farm turnover analysis and rental provisioning for Meridian Energy.
2015 marks Vaughan’s 20th year in the property industry beginning initially as a Real Estate Agent in Commercial Sales and Leasing, moving to a role as Valuer before locating at Telecom and overseeing its freehold entities. Ssince 2002 he has been working as a property consultant for a wide variety of corporate occupiers and government departments.