Highlights from the HR Law Masterclass Conference | Employment Law Matters
The HR Law Masterclass Conference is Australia and New Zealand's leading employment law event series.
Workplace sexual harassment, harassment and bullying
Tim Frost from HWL Ebsworth discusses some current observations regarding sexual harassment, harassment and bullying.
Reduce adverse actions risks by educating your operational and senior managers
Amy Walsh from Minter Ellison discusses a couple of key take-aways for educating your operational and senior managers which help reduce adverse actions risks.
Unique and changing challenges of managing the modern workplace
Jane Silcock from Clayton Utz looks at the unique and changing challenges of managing the modern workplace.
Key lessons for HR to minimise unfair dismissal risks
Tim McDonald from Moray & Agnew provides some key lessons for HR to minimise unfair dismissal risks.
Terminations, unfair dismissal claims and some common pitfalls
Stacey Rolfe, Senior Associate at MinterEllison discusses use of casual employees, and what the Fair Work Ombudsman is focusing on.
Managing risks of ill and injured employees
Emma Corcoran, Lawyer at Gadens discusses the heightened risks HR professsionals and employers should consider when managing ill and injured workers.
Casual conversion – changes to casual and part time entitlements
Lucy Shanahan, Special Counsel at K&L Gates provides insights on the important considerations relating to the new casual conversion clauses, which now cover the majority of awards.
Mental health and duty of care in the workplace
Liam Meagher, Senior Lawyer at Clayton Utz discusses duty of care, along with the importance of empathetic approaches to employees with mental illness.
HR Law Masterclass Sydney 2018
A short clip from guest speaker, David Bates (Harmers Workplace Lawyers) about the September 2018 HR Law Masterclass in Sydney/