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February 15, 2022 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM AEDT

Virtual event | 

Piper Alderman webinar

Pricing
Members: $0
Non-members: Member Only Event
Category
Substantive Law

Overview (Program Summary)

Management of the workforce in every industry has been impacted to some extent by the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic.  After two years of continuing “unprecedented times”, it is timely to reflect on how employment and workplace law has developed and evolved, particularly with respect to the renewed focus on effective consultation and what it means to work flexibly.  

Our Employment Relations partners will provide an update on how the law in this space has “pivoted” and where workplace law may be headed in the near future, covering topics such as:

  • Consultation requirements
  • Stand downs 
  • Flexibility requests
  • Workplace mental health
  • Developments in worker-related claims

This session will be relevant to employers and in-house counsel advising their organisations.


Speakers

Tim Capelin

Tim Capelin, Partner

Tim is recognised as one of Australia’s leading workplace lawyers. He created and led Australia’s top boutique workplace law firm for more than a decade before accepting Piper Alderman’s invitation to join our practice.  Tim has over 25 years’ experience in employment and industrial relations law.

Tim understands the commercial realities of business from the perspective of a business owner and adviser. This background enhances Tim’s provision of strategic advice to clients on employment and workforce matters. He is an experienced advocate and has represented employers in all relevant tribunals and courts.

Tim’s industry knowledge includes working with clients in publishing, agribusiness, health, hospitality, finance, retail, logistics, resources, government, professional services, transport, building & construction, social & community services and pharmaceutical industries. He frequently presents on workplace law topics, is a regular contributor to industry and legal publications and is sought by the media for comment on workplace law issues.

 

Emily Haar

Emily Haar, Partner

Emily supports organisations by providing timely legal advice through every stage of employment, including hiring, managing the workforce, and resolving disputes.

She provides advice to employers from various industries in relation to all aspects of employment, industrial relations, work health and safety, and workers compensation law.

Emily is a co-author of “Independent Contractors: a practical guide” with Professor Andrew Stewart and other contributors from Piper Alderman, published by CCH.

She has been an editor of the University of Adelaide Law Review and a member of the South Australian Law Reform Institute.

Emily hosts Piper Alderman’s podcast, Employment Law for the Time Poor, updating listeners on complicated legal issues in manageable portions.

Notes

*Competitor Exclusion – ACC Australia Partner’s may request that representative/s of a competitor organisation/s registered for the event be excluded, and ACC Australia reserves the right to make the final decision as to whether a registration is rejected. As a guide, a competitor organisation could be defined as a rival organisation of similar size to the host  Corporate Partner, with an established practice, product or service in the area being showcased by the Corporate Partner’s at the event. Please provide a brief statement as to why you have deemed an organisation to be a competitor, in support of any request to ACC Australia to reject a registration.

*Please note this is a members only event. 

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Credits: 1 CPD point
Category: Substantive Law and procedural law

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