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NSW ER/IR Network
The NSW ER/IR network committee invite you to join them for an end of year legal update on case law, court proceedings, foreshadowed IR policy and legislative changes.
In this session we will explore:
- Impact of significant decisions – High Court in Mondelez (part-timers and annual leave) and Full Court of Federal Court in Rossato (casual employees or full-time and set-off clauses)
- Federal Court Qantas decisions on (non-Jobkeeper) stand downs under the Fair Work Act
of Fair Work Commission Full Bench decision on when employers can seek reductions in redundancy pay
- Contractor or employee? Owner/drivers might be employees - Full Court Federal Court - Jamsek; Uber Eats driver a contractor - Gupta re Portier Pacific.
- Future legislative changes? IR Reform Working Group? "Respect@Work" - Sexual Harassment National Inquiry Report 2020?
By attending this forum you will gain knowledge of significant case law, policy and legislative developments with insight on how such developments will affect organisations and practical tips.
Additionally, understanding the impact of legal developments on business and what systems and documentation may need to be updated as a result.
Non-compliance with laws can lead to significant penalties against organisations as well as individuals.
This forum is suitable for:
HR Practitioners of all career levels and all HR roles will find this forum useful.
Speaker: Neil Napper, Partner, Lander & Rogers
Neil has specialised in Workplace Relations & Safety for more than 30 years. His focus is on helping organisations achieve their goals against a backdrop of ever-changing and increasingly complex workplace laws.
Neil's workplace experience covers a range of industries including government, building and construction, engineering, transport, manufacturing, health, financial services, retail and IT and communications.
Neil is recognised in the 2016 - 2020 editions of Best Lawyers in Australia for his expertise in Labour and Employment Law. He is also recommended as one of the leading lawyers in NSW by Doyle's Guide editions 2015, 2016 and 2017 for Employment & Industrial Relations.
Registration closes: Wednesday 9 December 2020
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