Discrimination & sexual harassment – Are you vicariously liable?
This session focuses on recent cases related to discrimination and sexual harassment and whether or not an employer can be vicariously liable for the actions of their employees.
Coupled with interesting recent case law and practical discussion, this session will provide attendees useful information to ensure the workplace has adequate systems, processes to mitigate the risk of vicarious liability in relation to discrimination and harassment and to protect and adequately inform employees.
HR Managers, people managers and business owners will benefit from the session.
Speaker: Jim Rutherford, Principal Lawyer, Harwood Andrews
Jim focuses on the prevention and resolution of disputes. He is accredited by the Law Institute as a specialist on workplace relations law and heads up the Harwood Andrews team. Previously Jim was a Barrister.
Speaker: Sophie Ware, Associate, Harwood Andrews
Sophie focuses on Employment and Industrial Relations Law. She has a Bachelor of Law (Honours) and a Commerce (Distinction) with a major in Accounting.
This forum is open for AHRI members and non-members to attend. Registration is a 2-part process.
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Registration closes Tuesday 18 June 2019
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