Employment Law Workshop – Employment Contracts and Policies

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Including Key Changes to follow the Federal Election

As the end of the financial year draws to a close, and the results of our Federal Election are soon to be revealed, it is timely that businesses review their contracts and policies to ensure they are up-to-date with the latest developments.

It’s likely many businesses are currently in the midst of performance appraisals and remuneration reviews, so we encourage you to use this time as an opportunity to review your contracts and ensure they correctly reflect the role and responsibilities held by the employee.

Join Employment Law experts Shawn Skyring and Shanni Zoeller in this practical and informative workshop where they will discuss:

  • Contracts: regulating the relationship (and their relationship to the NES, enterprise agreements and modern awards)
  • Is the person a permanent or a casual employee, and what difference does it make?
  • Issues in executive employment contracts
  • Recent developments in the law for independent contractors
  • Policies: have you got the basics covered, without promising too much?
  • Communicating, changing and enforcing policies
  • Key changes following the Federal election and what business can expect moving forward

Who Should Attend?

Anyone responsible for the recruitment and staffing decisions of an organisation should attend to ensure that they are up to date with the latest developments. Individuals that would benefit include:

  • HR Directors or Managers
  • Company Secretaries
  • Financial Controllers and other managers responsible for HR and payroll
  • Owners and operators of small to medium-sized businesses


11 spots left
 

Event details

Date And Time

8 June 2022 @ 07:30 AM to 09:30 AM

Registration End Date

7 June 2022
 

Event Category

 

Enquiries

Lara Martinsons on +61 2 9895 9219
Email Lara

 

Fee

Tickets
$250.00

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