Employment

Employment law in Australia is constantly evolving, and accordingly, it's an important area to ensure you are up to date on. Two of the more common emplyoment law issues relate to unfair dismissal, and disability discrimination. Issues around unfair dismissal, wage theft and other workplace law issues are becoming exceedingly relevant in today's 'gig economy', with unfair dismissal lawyers being highly sought after. Our employment law CPD courses can help establish foundational knowledge of employment law for those new to the practice area, and aid established workplace lawyers to remain informed of new changes and developments in employment legislation in Australia, our discrimination laws and the area of employment law more broadly.

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    Misbehaviour in any workplace can have devastating consequences. Sexual harassment, bullying, victimisation, discrimination in the workplace are all key risk areas.  But with so many changes in how we work in 2021, comes new challenges to traditional thinking about where the workplace begins and ends. Employee and colleague vulnerabilities are more exposed than ever, as colleagues ‘enter each other’s homes’ and private spaces to carry out work and conduct business. Is there a risk of information about how a colleague lives, being used against them? 

    $130.00
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    This one hour CPD seminar is designed to help you identify and guide you through the essential issues to focus on and how to manage your clients and risks.

    $130.00
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    The sudden transition to working remotely and total reliance on technology to manage clients and legal practice, has significantly increased the risks of an external attack on systems, breach of client confidential information and organisation’s security.

    $130.00
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    Recent scandalous examples highlight that certain behaviour in the workplace can have devastating consequences. Has the risk decreased since most people are working remotely? Or has it become easier and riskier given the line between work and home is blurring and can lead to mistaking informality for acceptance of inappropriate behaviour. How have the risks changed and what should lawyers be alert to when conducting work, interacting with or supervising staff.

    $130.00