The Victorian Chamber runs webinars throughout the year to keep our members up to date with developments in workplace relations law.
This session was originally broadcast on 14th September 2021.
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Australian employment law continues to change and evolve. Recent changes mark a substantial change both in terms of emphasising the accountability of business owners and employees, and shaping the future of our workplaces including how we act, behave, and respond to workplace issues.
This briefing examines recent changes and decisions to ensure businesses understand what action to take, when, and to ensure you can have confidence in your processes and decisions. In this briefing we will cover:
- Changes to the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and Fair Work Regulations 2009 (Cth) concerning sexual harassment;
- Case studies to explore and understand how the changes may impact dismissal jurisdictions;
- The powers of the Victorian Wage Inspectorate and when they may act;
- Case studies to explore when a business and individual may be held accountable;
- Exploring common mistakes and misunderstandings; and
- Practical tips and helpful insights for all businesses
This session was delivered by our skilled Workplace Relations specialists and will help to ensure that your business is protected by being on top of the latest developments.
This information was correct at the time of broadcast. This does not constitute formal legal advice. The Victorian Chamber accepts no liability for actions taken as a result of this broadcast.