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Webinar: What You Need to Know: The Rise of Adverse Action and Unfair Dismissal Claims

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2020 continues to deliver unprecedented challenges to employers as they manage the economic and workplace culture impact of COVID-19. Difficult, but necessary, decisions taken in relation to workforce numbers together with increased poor employee behaviour has seen a dramatic rise in the number of unfair dismissal and adverse action claims.

2020 continues to deliver unprecedented challenges to employers as they manage the economic and workplace culture impact of COVID-19. Difficult, but necessary, decisions taken in relation to workforce numbers together with increased poor employee behaviour has seen a dramatic rise in the number of unfair dismissal and adverse action claims.

During this webinar, our Managing Director and Principal, Athena Koelmeyer will take an in-depth look at:

  • The ‘must know’ HR and legal fundamentals.
  • Real world case examples of successful and failed adverse action and unfair dismissal claims.

The webinar will begin at 11.00 am (AEST) on Wednesday, 24 June 2020. Not at your desk? No problem, simply download the GoToWebinar app and listen wherever you may be.

We are proud to continue our firm’s tradition of providing this learning and development webinar FREE of charge to our valued subscribers and clients!

So, reserve your spot today as places are strictly limited.

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


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