Virtual event |
ACC Australia webinar
Overview (Program Summary)
Alicia from Holman Webb lawyers will cover the recent amendments to the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) including consideration of compliance and enforcement by the Fair Work Ombudsman against both corporations and individuals.
Alicia will specifically address the new requirements relating to casual employees, including the Casual Employment Information Statement and the new definition of casual employment in the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).
Alicia will also cover the flexibilities introduced to Modern Awards during the COVID-19 pandemic, and consider options for organisations once the flexibilities are no longer available - including a consideration of enterprise agreements, and whether they are right for your organisation.
This webinar will be highly relevant for anyone with compliance obligations and/or who manages employees, particularly given the potential for the imposition of civil penalties.
Alicia is Partner in our Workplace Relations group, and has over 15 years’ experience in employment and workplace law, having worked exclusively in the area since 2004. She has advised and developed strategies for clients across various industries, including government and private sectors, publicly listed companies, Affiliated Health Organisations, religious and not-for-profit organisations.
Alicia is also an experienced advocate, having advised and advocated in the first Equal Pay Case under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), as well as other dismissal disputes before both the Fair Work Commission and Federal Circuit Court of Australia.
Alicia has advised and guided her clients in countless workplace relations and safety matters, including the engagement of staff and contractors, contracts governing the employment or contractor relationship, performance management, disciplinary matters, workplace investigations, management of ill and injured workers, Award interpretation and coverage, terminations, various claims under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), discrimination legislation and investigations, and prosecutions by SafeWork NSW.
Alicia’s experience and passion for all aspects of workplace relations and safety law have made her a trusted legal advisor to her clients.
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*Please note this is a members only event.