WEBINAR (On Demand): Beat the Clock 2021 – Substantive Law – Employment law lessons learned in 2020 – what you need to know for 2021 and beyond
As the CPD year draws to a close, we are pleased to offer you the opportunity to secure 4 CPD points in 4 hours.
Our complimentary national programme covers all three mandatory areas of law as well as one substantive law topic.
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Substantive Law – Webinar
Broadcast live on Tuesday, 23 February
|Online – ON24 Webcast|
|Substantive law (CPD: 1 Point)|
|Tim Capelin, Partner, Erin McCarthy, Partner and Prof Andrew Stewart facilitated by Tim Lange, Partner|
|Employment law lessons learned in 2020 – what you need to know for 2021 and beyond
2020 was a rollercoaster of a year, and not just for the most obvious reason. The workplace landscape changed in many ways, with employers grappling with “working from home” en masse, fundamental shifts (and then reversions) of how leave entitlements are calculated, determining whether the evolving situation would be sufficient to implement unpaid stand downs, as well as a raft of cases questioning some of the basic concepts of employment, from what it means to be a casual, to what it means to be an employee itself! And then in December, the Federal Government released its most substantive set of proposed changes to industrial relations legislation since the Fair Work Act commenced. Join our Employment Relations team to discuss what in-house counsel need to be aware of for the coming year in the area of workplace law.
On demand registration is open to all organisations, excluding other legal service providers.
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