Employment Law Fundamentals (Newcastle)
Date and Time
Date: Tuesday, 29 October 2019
Location: Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors, Suite 402, Level 4, Watt Street Commercial Centre, 45 Watt Street, Newcastle NSW 2300
Time/Duration: 9.00am – 4:30pm
Suited for: Senior HR executives, HR Managers, Business Owners, People and Culture Managers, Directors, HR Business partners and anyone responsible for managing employees.
Presenter: Kyle Scott Associate Director, Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors (ABLA)
Are you responsible for executing employment contracts, remuneration and inductions?
Does your job involve any aspect of employment terms and conditions, flexible working arrangements or ongoing performance management?
If you answered yes, when did you last review how you do it as an organisation? With the rise of litigation for individuals and employers, you need to stay up-to-date on the legal implications and risks around employment law.
Join us for this full-day, comprehensive training course that will provide you with tools and tips you need to ensure the effective onboarding and management of staff that will reduce the risk of your legal exposure.
Using case studies and theory, this training course will cover:
- Dealing with underlying awards and the minimum employment standards
- Types of employment (e.g. full time, part time, fixed term)
- Probationary employment
- Remuneration, packaging, salary sacrifice, superannuation
- Location of work and travel
- Performance reviews
- Protecting employer interests and property
- Protection of confidential and business sensitive information
- Policies and procedures and practical tips.
Places are limited to allow the group time to discuss case studies and scenarios. Don't miss you place - book your seat today.
8:45 am - Registration
9:00 am - Training commences
4:30 pm - Training concludes
Morning tea, light lunch and afternoon tea included. Please notify the organiser of any dietary requirements before the day.
About the trainer
Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors (ABLA)
Kyle is a specialist employment and industrial relations lawyer, having practised exclusively in this area since 2008.
He provides expert advice to employers throughout the entire employment life-cycle, from recruitment right through to termination and beyond. He can assist clients in implementing contracts and policies, ensuring compliance with the Fair Work Act and modern awards, developing tailored enterprise agreements, assisting with complex disciplinary issues and workplace investigations, right through to managing complex terminations and enforcing confidentiality and post-employment obligations.
He partners with HR managers to manage complex workplace issues, providing pragmatic and commercially minded advice to assist businesses mitigate their legal risks when making decisions.
His practice is a mix of advisory work and litigation. Where matters turn litigious, Kyle represents clients in a range of courts and tribunals and manages the conduct of those matters from commencement to final hearing. He has considerable experience representing clients before the Fair Work Commission, the NSW Industrial Relations Commission and the Federal Circuit Court in particular.
Through his involvement in the Fair Work Commission’s review of modern awards, he has become a familiar face in the Commission, having spent more than 100 days in the Commission over the last 2 years and is therefore well placed to represent and advise clients when matters proceed to the Commission.
In addition to his advisory and litigation work, Kyle regularly presents training sessions to private and public sector clients (both to HR managers and the broader workforce) on a range of topics such as bullying, discrimination and harassment, performance management, merit appointment and others.
He also conducts workplace investigations for both private and public sector clients where the matter is particularly serious or complex and warrants an external investigation.
In 2015, Kyle was a Finalist in the workplace relations category of the Lawyers Weekly ‘30 Under 30’ Awards, recognising him as one of the leading young employment lawyers in Australia.
What's included in the price?
All training course material, refreshments and light lunch are included.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Contact Tori Smith: 02 9458 7384 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What's the refund policy?
Participants will receive a full refund if they cancel at least seven (7) business days prior to the scheduled event. However, if participants cancel less than seven (7) business days before the event, no refund will be made. The place can be transfered to another member of the paid organisation. No-shows or cancellations after 7 days will receive the course training material and supporting documents. If there are insufficient participants, we reserve the right to cancel the event and participants will be transferred to another module of equal value or receive a full refund at their election. We will give three business days’ notice of any such cancellation.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, you will also be required to provide your proof of Identification.
Refunds are available 7 days prior to the event
Date and Time
Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors
Suite 402, Level 4, Watt Street Commercial Centre, 45 Watt St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia
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Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors
Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors (ABLA) is an incorporated legal practice that is a wholly owned subsidiary of NSW Business Chamber. This puts ABLA in a unique position for a legal practice. As a mission based business, we focus on your business success and deliver commercially appropriate solutions to resolve your problems. Our goal is to help you succeed in business. We play to our strengths of acting for businesses, so you get simple explanations, using business language and business-focussed outcomes. Our motto is: experts make things simple