What do all employers and HR need to know about workplace laws in a crisis?
Due to the unprecedented impacts of coronavirus, almost every business has been forced into major employee and operational transformation. As a result, there are complex and widespread legal implications for workplaces.
With an Australian workforce of around 13 million and nationwide concern for business continuity, employers face the particularly challenging question: How do I balance the needs of my business with my legal obligation to employees?
By learning the fundamentals of workplace law, you mitigate the risk to yourself, business and employees during times of crisis. Uniformed decisions are likely to leave business and staff exposed to huge legal risks and irreparable damage. In order to minimise immediate risk and safeguard future business, it is critical for employers to clearly understand their up-to-date legal responsibility to staff.
Currently assisting dozens of businesses through workplace law challenges, employment & industrial law expert Kristy Peacock-Smith shares her experience, knowledge and wisdom to address the most important and common employer concerns:
Meeting the balance between business continuity and employee obligation is especially complex during times of unprecedented crisis – do you have the knowledge and skills to navigate these changes safely?
Time is precious and legal advice is expensive, COVID-19: A Guide to Workplace Law for Employers is an expert-backed and reliable discussion of the main concerns surrounding workplace law in the face of a crisis. Kristy Peacock-Smith has developed this webinar to help employers make astute and lawful decisions. It will be a valuable tool for all employers and HR professionals navigating employee relations in 2020 and beyond.
This is a time-friendly solution for individuals or teams with workplace law/HR responsibilities or anyone seeking the knowledge to support their business and employee interests fairly and lawfully during times of crisis including:
Businesses can’t afford to be ignorant to the levels of disruption to workplace law caused by a crisis - elevate your training and proficiency in matters of workplace law and be an invaluable asset to your organisation. To give businesses the best chance at survival, an employer’s decisions need to be fast, definitive and legal. Kristy Peacock-Smith will provide the most accurate information and practical legal knowledge to help employers & HR professionals navigate workplace issues in a smart, timely and lawful manner.
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