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Upcoming webinar: Adverse action case law review

As employees become increasingly litigious, adverse action claims show no signs of slowing down.

Ensure you have the most up-to-date knowledge of case law and risk mitigation tactics by attending this webinar on 26 May, where Henry William Lawyers senior associate Renee Kasbarian will discuss:

  • the Fair Work Act's general protections provisions;
  • recent developments, including COVID-19-related claims;
  • key lessons from case law; and
  • practical strategies for your workplace.

About the presenter:

Renee Kasbarian is a commercial employment lawyer who advises and assists clients on a range of general employment, industrial relations and WHS matters.

When it comes to assisting clients, Renee supports the HR functions of the business and adopts a practical and commercial approach to achieve viable and positive outcomes for clients. Key matters she has recently worked on include advising and assisting a client with investigating employee confidential information breaches; assisting a commercial construction company with a SafeWork NSW investigation, which resulted in no legal proceedings being commenced; working with clients in the construction industry in relation to bargaining negotiations with union bodies, including assisting with industrial disputes; and supporting clients in navigating workplace laws in the context of COVID-19, including WHS issues, stand down disputes, vaccinations and more.

Visit the Henry William Lawyers website.

When:
Thursday 26 May, 11am-12pm AEST including Q&A (1 CPD hour)

Where:
Your desktop computer, smart phone or tablet. To test your webinar connectivity, click here.

Registration:
Free for HR Daily Premium members, no casual registrations available