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Roundtable – Current issues in the workplace

Date | Friday 19 July 2024, 8am – 9am (with pastries and fruit served from 7.45am)

Venue | In person – BAL Lawyers, Canberra House, Level 9/40 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra 

Presenter | John Wilson, Legal Director, Employment Law & Investigations

Cost | Complimentary

Please join John Wilson for a roundtable discussion on current issues in the workplace. Attendees will be invited to share their current issues for the group to discuss, work through practical recommendations and for general advice to be provided. The discussion will be held on a ‘Chatham House Rule’ basis where attendees are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s) nor the identity or affiliation of any other participant, may be revealed. We encourage you to share your questions or topics in advance.  

Alternatively you can email events@ballawyers.com.au

PAST FORUM SUMMARIES

June 2024: Psychological safety and psychosocial workplace risks – BAL Lawyers

May 2024: Unlocking the Future of Casual Employment: Navigating Recent Changes – BAL Lawyers

April 2024: Flexible Work Arrangements: Managing Employment and WHS Risks

March 2024: Right to Disconnect

February 2024: Unlocking Tomorrow’s Workplace

August 2023: Flexible work arrangements: the dangers of refusing a reasonable request

July 2023: How to Recover Employee Debts – Can it be done?

June 2023: Artificial Intelligence, Scans, Spams and More: Why Good Workplace IT Policies Are Important

May 2023: Working Hours Update: What additional hours are considered ‘reasonable’ and ‘safe’?

April 2023: Key insights into employment law and the HR landscape of the past year

March 2023: Respect at Work Reforms: What does it mean for your organisation?

February 2023: Enterprise Agreements and bargaining for them – what is changing?

November: Industrial Relations Wrap Up 2022

October: Termination and ACT Workers Compensation: Your questions answered

September 2022: Underpayment and Wage Compliance – Getting it right

August: Back to Basics: Recruitment and References

July 2022: Back to Basics: Redundancy

May 2022: Employees, Casuals, Labour Hire and Independent Contractors

March 2022: Back to Basics: Employees and Probation

February 2022: Back to Basics: Sexual Harassment

November 2021: Vaccinations and what’s hot in Employment Law right now: Session Two

October 2021: Vaccinations and what’s hot in Employment Law right now.

July 2021: What workers want, with Lisa Keeling.

June 2021:  Tame the Beast:  Getting the Upper Hand in General Protections Claims. 

May 2021:  Trouble in Paradise? Handling Misconduct. 

April 2021: Redundancies – All HR Managers need to know (and are too afraid to ask!).  

March 2021: Victim Blaming, Fear and Shades of Grey: Sexual Harassment

February 2021:  Mandatory Vaccinations and the Future of working from home.  

December 2020:  The best of the worst employee social media posts 

November 2020: How casual can we be?

October 2020:  Cyber Security and Privacy. 

September 2020: Workplace Sexual Harassment – Recent Developments.  

August 2020:  Domestic Violence and Working from Home. 

July 2020:  Workplace Flexibility. 

June 2020: Mental Health Policies in practice.  

PAST WEBINARS

December 2020:  BAL Christmas Special: The best of the worst employee social media posts.  Watch here.

October 2020:  Cyber Security and Privacy in the Workplace – with Anna Phillips and Riley Berry.  Watch here.

September 2020: Workplace Sexual Harassment – with Kieran Pender.  Watch here.

August 2020: Domestic Violence & Working from Home – with John Wilson.  Watch here.

July 2020:  Workplace Flexibility – with Helen Parrett & Rebecca Richardson.  Watch here.

June 2020:  Mental Health policies in practice – with Aaron Williams & Gabrielle Sullivan.  Watch here.

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