Adverse action (108 items)

Webcast: Adverse Action - Know your risks

Since the introduction of the Fair Work Act, adverse action claims have become "the thorn in every employer's side", say Kemp Strang employment lawyers Lisa Berton and Nick Noonan. Watch their presentation to learn:

  • What adverse action is, and when it is prohibited;
  • Who can bring adverse action claims, and the process involved;
  • The types of scenarios and actions that increase employers' risk of claims;
  • Individual liability risks for HR professionals;
  • How to establish the strongest defence when facing a claim;
  • Lessons learned from recent caselaw; and more.
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Q&A: Adverse action - Know your risks

Could you face an adverse action claim for sacking someone for "poor cultural fit"? Can an employee claim adverse action after being made redundant? What adverse action risks arise during the recruitment process? Kemp Strang employment lawyers Lisa Berton and Nick Noonan answered these questions and more in our recent webinar. » more »





Webcast: How to handle difficult employees

When an employee is under-performing, or their conduct is unsatisfactory, they can have a "rotten apple" effect on other workers, damaging productivity, engagement, and retention levels, says employment lawyer Brad Petley. In this webcast he explains:

  • how difficult employee behaviour can manifest;
  • why employers must manage unsatisfactory conduct or performance;
  • employers' rights and obligations when managing difficult workers;
  • how to minimise your exposure to legal claims associated with difficult employees; and
  • tips and traps along the way.
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