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Webinar: Personal Liability under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth)

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The last few years have seen an increase in employees, managers, directors, officers and advisors subjected to personal investigation and prosecution under the accessorial liability provisions found in s.550 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).

The last few years have seen an increase in employees, managers, directors, officers and advisors subjected to personal investigation and prosecution under the accessorial liability provisions found in s.550 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).

Record penalties have been handed down to employers and individuals for contraventions covering a range of issues such as; underpayment of wages, unlawful deductions and breaches of the NES.

In this webinar, our Managing Director, Athena Koelmeyer will guide you through:

  • The basics – including key definitions so you understand when these provisions apply.
  • What not to do – an examination of recent investigations and prosecutions by the Fair Work Ombudsman.
  • Penalties – find out just how bad it could be for you.

This webinar is a must for directors, HR personnel, payroll professionals, in-house lawyers, accountants and C-level executives.

The webinar will begin at 11.00 am (AEST) on Wednesday, 23 May 2018. Not at your desk? No problem, simply download the GoToWebinar app and listen wherever you may be.

A reminder that this webinar is FREE of charge to our valued clients and subscribers!

So, reserve your spot today as places are strictly limited. Please note Workplace Law reserves the right to decline registrations at its discretion.

The webinar will begin at 11.00 am on 23 May 2018. Not at your desk? No problem, simply download the GoToWebinar app and listen wherever you may be.

Reserve your spot today, this webinar is FREE^ of charge!

^Please note that places are strictly limited, Workplace Law reserves the right to decline registrations at its discretion.

 

 

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