What has changed, what hasn't, and avoiding the hashtags.
|Venue:||Law Society Northern Territory, Level 3, 9 Cavenagh Street, Darwin|
|Cost:||$99 incl GST|
|Level:||Suitable for all levels of legal practice|
|Video stream:||This CPD will be streamed live to Alice Springs Local Court, corner Parsons & Hartley Street, Alice Springs
Register through same link below.
Employment law and community expectations continue to evolve and change the scope and nature of duties of care owed by employers and senior management to employees and contractors. In some respects these changes have introduced genuinely 'new' areas of potential liability and, in other respects, simply serve as a reminder for businesses (and their advisers) of the need to actively manage the wide range of employment, workplace and safety claim risks.
This session will include a tour of regulatory and legal changes of note, a discussion of recent cases and examples and provide practical tips on areas of focus for legal practitioners and management teams.
Presenter: Will Snow, Special Counsel, Finlaysons
Will Snow is a specialist employment lawyer practising in the NT and SA. His practice covers all issues ‘where things go wrong at work’ which includes dismissal and discrimination, safety prosecutions and workplace injury disputes. He has practised in all Australian jurisdictions, in both private practice and also in-house at Qantas Airways.
Earn 1 CPD Point in Practice Management and Business Skills (CB) or Professional Skills in Legal Practice (CC).