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Employment Law & Business Migration Issues – The Impact of COVID-19

This complimentary webinar was hosted by our Head of Employment Law, Shawn Skyring and Associate and Registered Migration Agent, Lisa Qiu on 31 March 2020.

They provided webinar attendees with the legal framework to address the employment law issues and concerns companies are facing as the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve.

This session covered the following topics:

  • Managing temporary vs permanent closures
  • Leave entitlements/alternative work hours and duties/redundancies/working from home
  • Economic assistance packages for employers and employees
  • Immigration issues – visa holders/ border restrictions

 

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