Upcoming webinars

HR Daily webinars keep you updated on vital HR compliance topics, practical guidance, thought leadership and more.

You'll learn from experts and specialists without leaving your desk - watch our webinars live and participate in the Q&A via your PC, Mac, tablet or smart phone.

HR Daily Premium members receive complimentary passes to all online events, while casual registration is available for a limited number of webinars.

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Webcast: Enterprise bargaining update

Webcast: Enterprise bargaining update
Summary: The enterprise bargaining landscape continues to shift and evolve. This HR Daily Premium webcast will help you understand the impact of recent decisions, disputes and approvals on employers and HR.
When: Tuesday, 08 October, 2019
Location: Streaming on your desk computer, smart phone or tablet.
Registration: Free for HR Daily Premium members (no casual passes available).

The enterprise bargaining landscape continues to shift and evolve.

In this HR Daily Premium webcast, Herbert Smith Freehills Partner Natalie Gaspar will help you understand how recent decisions, disputes and approvals impact employers and HR, providing tips for more successful EA negotiations.

About the presenter:

Natalie Gaspar is a partner in the Melbourne office of Herbert Smith Freehills, practising in the Employment, Industrial Relations and Safety Group. She advises clients in a broad range of employee relations areas, and is particularly passionate about partnering to develop tailored bargaining strategies, and to implement contingencies to protect the business from industrial action.

Natalie's secondments to Coles, Toyota Motor Corporation Australia, Myer and Jetstar have enhanced her understanding of business and the importance of delivering practical and commercial legal advice. She prides herself on knowing her clients' businesses and the industries in which they operate.

Visit the Herbert Smith Freehills website.

Webcast: Sponsoring overseas talent update

Webcast: Sponsoring overseas talent update
Summary: Overseas workers are a critical source of talent for many employers, but the regulatory landscape is fraught with compliance traps. This webcast will share expert tips for sponsoring workers while minimising financial risks.
When: Wednesday, 16 October, 2019
Location: Streaming on your desk computer, smart phone or tablet.
Registration: Free for HR Daily Premium members (no casual passes available).

Overseas workers are a critical source of talent for many employers, but the regulatory landscape remains fraught with risks and traps.

In this HR Daily Premium webcast, registered migration agent and Immigate Managing Director Diana Faraj will discuss:

  • The impact of changes to the sponsorship regime;
  • Labour market testing requirements;
  • Common traps to avoid when nominating overseas talent; and
  • Tips for minimising financial risks.

About the presenter:

Diana's experience includes working at the Department of Home Affairs (DOHA) Business Centre where she acquired substantial knowledge about the visa immigration process and the importance of preparing and lodging high-quality applications.

Prior to running Immigate, Diana was also the in-house immigration manager for global recruitment agency Robert Walters, where she gained invaluable understanding and experience in the area of business migration and Labour Hire Agreements.

With more than 13 years' industry knowledge, Diana assists organisations to obtain sponsored working visas for their skilled overseas workers in the simplest, fastest and easiest ways possible.

Visit the Immigate website.

Redundancies and redeployment update

Redundancies and redeployment update
Summary: Workplace restructures are fraught with legal risks and remain one of the most challenging areas of Fair Work Act compliance. This webinar will clarify specific obligations and provide best practice tips.
When: Thursday, 17 October, 2019
Location: Your desk computer, smart phone or tablet. Click here to test your webinar connectivity in advance.
Registration: Free for HR Daily Premium members, $102 for casual attendees - limited passes available.

Workplace restructures are fraught with legal risks and remain one of the most challenging areas of Fair Work Act compliance.

Attend this HR Daily webinar to hear Gadens partner Brett Feltham explain the redundancy framework and employers' specific obligations and options in regard to:

  • Notifying and consulting with employees;
  • Determining redundancy selection criteria;
  • Employee entitlements;
  • Making redeployment offers; and
  • Defending unfair dismissal and other claims.

Brett will also cover some of those difficult practical issues that can arise and provide tips on best practice.

About the presenter:

Brett Feltham is a Law Society of New South Wales accredited specialist with more than 20 years' experience in employment, workplace relations, discrimination and workplace health and safety issues.

Brett has particular expertise in relation to cross-border employment arrangements, and all aspects of executive remuneration and employee equity and cash incentive arrangements. He regularly advises clients on complex and strategic employment matters, including C-suite level terminations.

Visit the Gadens website.

Webcast: Unfair dismissal update

Webcast: Unfair dismissal update
Summary: Certain Fair Work Commission rulings from 2019 will have a lasting impact on employers' defence of unfair dismissal claims. This HR Daily Premium webcast will discuss key themes and lessons from the case law.
When: Monday, 18 November, 2019
Location: Streaming on your desk computer, smart phone or tablet.
Registration: Free for HR Daily Premium members (no casual passes available).

Certain Fair Work Commission rulings from 2019 will have a lasting impact on employers' defence of unfair dismissal claims.

In this HR Daily Premium webcast, HWL Ebsworth partner Brad Swebeck and associate Lily Schafer-Gardiner will discuss key themes and lessons from the case law.

About the presenters:

Brad Swebeck has nearly three decades' experience in employment law, HR consulting, industrial relations and workplace strategy, and is regarded by many HR practitioners as one of the leading legal professionals in the field.

Lily Schafer-Gardiner began her legal career with HWL Ebsworth in 2016 as a graduate-at-law, and has experience advising employers in conciliation and arbitration before commissions and local, district, supreme and federal courts. She also assists in workplace investigations and helps draft employment contracts and policies.

Visit the HWL Ebsworth website.