ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – In this video, Lucy Shanahan from K&L Gates discusses key issues surrounding unfair dismissals and some of the most common mistakes organisations make in not meeting procedural fairness requirements.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – In this excellent video with HR Law Masterclass Chair in Melbourne, David Dilger, viewers have the opportunity to understand the three trending areas within employment law in Australia; why, and its impacts on you as an employer. Are you seeing the same trends?
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – One of ELM’s most informative contributors, Marie-Claire Foley, Partner at Ashurst, in this video details two main trends happening in the IR space at the moment. On top of highlighting what these are, she goes on to explain possible reasons.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – In his experience, Perth based employment lawyer, Daniel White, says getting employee buy in is the most important aspect of getting an Enterprise Agreement approved.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – An excellent interview with Clayton Utz Partner, Cilla Robinson regarding bullying and mental health in the workplace. We learn how and why the two issues are becoming increasingly common in modern workforces.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – Rated the most engaging speaker of the HR Law Masterclass series in March, Madelaine August provides viewers with a breakdown on the topic of procedural fairness. She highlights where employers sometimes get it wrong.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – Minter Ellison Partner and industry recognised employment lawyer, Karl Blake, highlights the two most important things to remember when discussing accessorial liability, based on feedback from the recent HR Law Masterclass. If you’re in HR, definitely watch this!
Madelaine August of Moray & Agnew provides us with informative answers to questions regarding procedural fairness. She cites the Bonny Walia v Citywide Service Solutions case, where a garbage truck driver was reinstated to his position by the FWC due to issues with the employer’s decision making steps.
Stephen Booth of Coleman Greig clearly answers some important social media and the workplace questions in the lead up to the HR Law Masterclass. “It is very important to have a social media policy in place, which makes it plain that out-of-work and out-of-hours conduct which is relevant to the workplace is not merely a private matter,” he reminds all employers in this article.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – Video featuring Peter Chemis of Buddle Findlay, providing his employment law perspective on the topic of “good faith” and how if you understand these general concepts, you will be better off when dealing with issues in the workplace.