Employment Relations National Seminar Series | Employers – What will the election mean for workplace laws?


CPD points: 1.5 Substantive Points

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The Liberal and National Parties seem to have little appetite for reforming the Fair Work system. But a re-elected Morrison Government would still have important decisions to make on a range of issues, such as further regulation of sexual harassment, religious discrimination legislation, changes to enterprise bargaining and the regulation of labour hire – not to mention the leadership of the Fair Work Commission.

As for Labor, its policy platform may not be as detailed as it was in 2019 but it has signalled important changes to the regulation of casual and fixed term employment, gig work, pay equity, and wage theft and labour hire as part of a focus on insecurity at work. And there are likely more proposals to come – if not before the election, then afterwards, if Labor prevails.

Join employment relations experts Professor Andrew Stewart, Joe Murphy and Chris Hartigan as they dissect the major parties’ policy offerings, present their thoughts and answer your questions about what may lie ahead.

This presentation will be online/ virtual delivered through the ON24 Webcast platform.


Thursday, 5 May
ACT/NSW/VIC/TAS/QLD: 12.00pm start
NT/SA: 11.30am start
WA: 10.00am start


Cost: Complimentary
Duration: Up to 90 minutes
CPD: 1.5 Substantive Points
The seminar is open to all organisations, excluding other legal service providers.