Resources: Events


"Soon You'll Get Better" - Managing ill and injured employees

This webinar will guide employers through the tangled web of legislative obligations they face when dealing with an ill or injured employee.

In her usual entertaining and informative style, our Managing Director and Principal, Athena Koelmeyer, will guide employers through the tangled web of legislative obligations they face when dealing with an ill or injured employee, including:

  • Workers compensation - the impact of claims on what employers can and can't do in terms of the ill or injured employee's employment.
  • Disability discrimination  - what do the terms 'inherent requirements' and 'reasonable adjustments' mean?
  • Medical evidence - what evidence do employers need to make a soundly based decision to terminate an ill or injured employee's employment?
  • Defending general protections and unfair dismissal claims.
  • What can employers do when an ill or injured employee presents an increased work, health and safety risk to themselves and their fellow employees?

The webinar will begin at 11.00 am (AEST) on Thursday, 23 May 2024.

Working remotely?  Not at your desk? No problem, simply download the GoToWebinar app and listen wherever you may be.  

This webinar is FREE for our valued clients!
If you are not a client, please email  to express your interest in attending this webinar and we will be in touch.
Clients should register now to avoid missing out as places are strictly limited.

Please note Workplace Law reserves the right to decline registrations at its discretion.

No items found.

Similar articles

No items found.

No items found.

"...Ready for it?" - Casuals and Contractors

Workplace Law's Managing Director and Principal, Athena Koelmeyer, explores two key areas that have undergone significant change over the past few years and will undergo yet another change under these amendments – that is, the changes to casual employment and the new definition of employment.


"You need to calm down" - Managing workplace behaviour

In this webinar, we tackle the challenges faced by employers when it comes to managing workplace behaviour, and discuss a range of interesting issues which can occur in both the traditional and hybrid workplace.


"Champagne Problems" – Hosting and surviving work social functions

Many employees are excited about upcoming Christmas parties and end of year functions. However, increasingly complex employment laws and the rise in work-related complaints are causing employers to carefully think about hosting such events.


Let's talk

please contact our directors to discuss how ouR expertise can help your business.

We're here to help

Contact Us
Let Workplace Law become your partner in Workplace Relations.

Sign up to receive the latest industry updates with commentary from the Workplace Law team direct to your inbox.