Law at work: recent employment law case studies
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The registration period is from 12/11/2014 07:00:00 to 03/12/2014 12:00:00
Law At Work: Recent Employment Law Case Studies - Details
Add to calendar 2014-12-03 13:00:00 2014-12-03 13:30:00 Australia/Sydney Law at work: recent employment law case studies To listen to our webinar click on the link: http://www.mediafire.com/watch/n37yy7tbt8yd600/2014-12-03_13.02_Law_at_work.wmv   NSW false YYYY/MM/DD
Registration for this event is open from: 12/11/2014 07:00:00 - 03/12/2014 12:00:00
Where: Online webinar, NSW (AU).
Date: 03/12/2014
Time: 13:00:00 -  13:30:00
Instructor: Christine Broad
 
Event description:
 
We will bring this year’s webinar series to a close with an overview of recent, real cases in employment law.
 
 
Join Christine Broad as she teases out the common threads in these cases, and key lessons for employers, including: 

 

     - Why you need enforceable workplace policies:  the past year has seen several high profile companies grappling with thorny workplace law issues such as social media, pornography and sexual harassment.   

     - Find out why Linfox, Australia Post and Oracle ended up in court, and how these scenarios might have been avoided through the implementation of sound, enforceable policies.

     - Adverse action – or not adverse action? That is the question. We look at two recent cases of alleged adverse  action, both with very different outcomes. 

 
Where does the workplace begin and end? We consider a recent case of harassment which was found to contravene workplace law, even though some of the harassment took place outside the physical workplace location.  
 
We also look at the growing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, and the ramifications both within and outside the workplace. 
 
As ever, this webinar will provide key lessons from recent, real cases, and practical tips on how to minimise risk to your business.