Recent Changes to Employment Law: Wage Theft, Underpayments, Fixed Term Contracts and Casual Employment

Ensure that you are across some of the hottest new employment law issues that you need to be aware of in your role including the new wage theft laws, fixed term contracts and casual employment.

Thursday, 19 September 2024
Early Bird Discount ends 2 Aug 2024 $112.00
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Attend and earn 1 CPD unit in Substantive Law
This program is applicable to practitioners from all States & Territories

1.00pm to 2.00pm Recent Changes to Employment Law: Wage Theft, Underpayments, Fixed Term Contracts and Casual Employment

 

  • Underpayments and wage theft – what does it mean, what to do?
  • New wage theft laws
  • Laws dealing with fixed term contracts
  • Casual employment

Presented by Sarah Ralph, Oceania Law Leader, EY

Presenters


Sarah Ralph, Oceania Law Leader, EY
Sarah is a trusted adviser to her clients well known for her pragmatic and strategic advice. She advises in all areas of employment law including public sector employment, investigations, compliance and underpayments, discrimination and sexual harassment, executive employment and termination of employment. Sarah has a significant background in industrial relations including strategic planning, enterprise agreements and industrial disputes. Sarah also has an impressive record in employment litigation, successfully defending claims against employers in discrimination, general protection and unfair dismissal claims. Sarah has a Bachelor of laws and Master of Laws. She has previously worked in the manufacturing and government sectors and she brings her unique experience to the employment law advice she provides clients. Prior to joining EY she worked in a leading global law firm.




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Attend the full series and earn 10 CPD units including:
8 units in Substantive Law
1 unit in Professional Skills
1 unit in Practice Management and Business Skills

This program is applicable to practitioners from all States & Territories


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Recent Changes to Employment Law: Wage Theft, Underpayments, Fixed Term Contracts and Casual Employment

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Thursday, 19 September 2024
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