Legislation & regulation (435 items)

Who will pay for your employees' increased super?

In the lead-up to July's superannuation changes, some employers face a "tough communication exercise" in explaining to employees that their base salary will drop, while others need to consider how they will fund the higher contributions, according to a reward specialist. » more »





Webcast: Drug and alcohol issues at work

Every HR and safety practitioner will potentially have to address drug and alcohol issues at work, but none should take action without a solid understanding of the legal landscape. In this presentation, Luke Connolly and Allison Grant, from Mills Oakley Lawyers, explain:

  • When - and how - it is appropriate to conduct workplace drug tests;
  • How to respond to incidents of drug and alcohol use at work;
  • Drafting considerations for drug and alcohol policies; and
  • Legal risks arising from workplace drug and alcohol management.
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Webcast: Bullying and harassment - Are you really covered?

Are your policies and practices covering workplace bullying and harassment clear, comprehensive, and easy to follow? Are they capable of protecting your organisation from these risks? This webinar, presented by Ashurst lawyer Taboka Finn, explains:

  • How bullying and harassment definitions are evolving;
  • The potential impact of proposed laws in this area;
  • Ways to handle online, social media and out-of-hours behaviour;
  • OHS issues that HR professionals must be mindful of;
  • Considerations for your anti-bullying and harassment policies; and
  • Lessons from recent case law.
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Webcast: Discrimination - Modern risks and challenges

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The discrimination landscape is constantly evolving, posing new challenges for HR professionals. Watch this webcast to learn how to guard against modern risks and meet your obligations. » more »