Employment Law Briefings
Aitken Legal regularly holds Employment Law Briefings which cover various employment law topics, such as :
- Employee Entitlements
- Contracts and Enterprise Agreements
- Employees v Contractors
- Managing Absenteeism
- Misconduct and Poor Performance
- Legal Risks with Termination
- Discrimination, Harassment and Workplace Bullying
- Workplace Health and Safety
- Performance Management.
SUNSHINE COAST OFFICE
Walking through the Employment Minefield Workshop Series
Join us for seven workshops to be run over three months and let us walk you through the Employment Law Minefield. The workshops will cover:
- Understanding Employee Entitlements and why you need Employment Contracts - COMPLETED
- What is the difference between an Employee and a Contractor? - COMPLETED
- Managing Performance & Conduct - COMPLETED
- Discrimination, Harassment & Workplace Bullying - COMPLETED
- Employee use of Social Media: Key Risks and Issues - COMPLETED
- Dealing with Absenteeism and Long Term Injured/Ill Employees - COMPLETED
- Legal Risks in Terminating Employment - COMPLETED
- RERUN - Managing Performance & Conduct - SPOTS LEFT
Please find information on dates and pricing here.
GOLD COAST OFFICE
Employment Law Minefield Seminar Series
Join us for eight seminars to be run over ten months and let us walk you through the Employment Law Minefield. The seminars will cover:
August Understanding Employee Entitlements and why you need Employment Contracts
September What is the difference between an Employee and a Contractor?
October Managing Poor Performance and Misconduct
November Discrimination, Harassment and Workplace Bullying
February Employee use of Social Media: Key Risks and Issues
March Dealing with Absenteeism and Long Term Injured/Ill Employees
April Workplace Health and Safety Obligations
May Legal Risks in Terminating Employment
Please note these seminars are FREE to attend.
If you are interested in attending make sure you are on our mailing list to receive notification of when we are taking registrations.
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