London: 7th - 8th July 2020
Price: £495 + VAT
Please note that the Employment Law Australia course starting on the 7th of July will be delivered virtually. The course will be split into two days:
It is essential that employers operating in Australia understand the legal framework to ensure they maintain good employee relations and avoid falling foul of local employment law and practice.
This Employment Law Australia seminar, led by a partner from leading law firm Minter Ellison in Sydney, provides an introduction to Australian employment law and practice.
It provides a clear overview of the Australian employment framework and valuable insights into the key differences between Australian employment law and that of other countries, as well as highlighting recent changes and developments that may catch out overseas firms.
If you are considering establishing operations in Australia, or are responsible for employees based there, this expert-led Australian employment law course will give you the knowledge to advise colleagues with assurance.
“ Professional, well run, packed full of information ”
Cheryl Park, HR Director, Cambridge University Press
“ Good solid introduction into Australian employment law ”
Monica Feros, HR Talent Advisor, Reach
“ Excellent course including lots of useful information ”
Sharon Poulson, Group HR Manager, Team Telecom Group
“ Very informative and good interaction with the presenter ”
Jane Simmons, Senior HR Advisor, Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd
Registration and coffee
An overview of the employment law framework in Australia
Hiring employees and contracts of employment
Day to day employee management
Collective bargaining and relationships with trade unions
Use of independent contractors
Protecting your business
Termination of employment
Questions and answers
End of seminar
Glen Bartlett has practised in all aspects of Workplace Relations and Employment Law since 1994, acting for a wide range of significant Private and Public sector clients and some of Australia’s largest employers, across many industries.
Having started his career advising Unions and Government on Industrial Relations and Workplace matters, Glen successfully established his own Workplace and Government practice in Perth in 2000, representing over 20 blue chip companies. In 2008 he was asked by the Clayton Utz executive group to set up a practice in Melbourne, becoming Managing Partner in 2010.
Glen has over 20 years’ experience advising State Governments across the breadth of Australia on Industrial Relations and Workplace matters, having worked on a number of the biggest infrastructure projects ever seen in both Western Australia and Victoria. He has been recognised as a leading trainer, in the areas of Workplace and Employment Law, Human Resources, and Workplace Investigations.
Business directors, personnel and HR managers, employee relations professionals, in-house counsel, lawyers, line managers and anyone with responsibility for staff in Australia
Receive a 20% discount when you book more than one event, or book more than one person on the same event. Please note this discount only applies to the lesser priced booking and when all bookings are placed together.
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The most valuable form of learning delivery continues to be the face-to-face classroom-based event. Engaging with expert speakers and fellow participants in relaxed two-way discussion in a distraction-free environment offers a valuable and practical learning experience.
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For groups of 4 or more people, any of our seminars and webinars can be tailored and delivered in-house. We will adapt case studies to suit your organisational culture and specific challenges. We ensure that the learning is engaging, relevant and easily applied.
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