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AUSTRALIA’S LEADING EMPLOYMENT LAW CONFERENCE  

THE LATEST LEGAL INSIGHTS & CASE REVIEWS ON CRITICAL HR ISSUES FACILITATED BY LEADING LEGAL EXPERTS  

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SYDNEY
4 September 
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BRISBANE
11 September 
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MELBOURNE
18 September 
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PERTH
18 September 

Also coming in September 2024...

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Conference Overview

To help you keep track of the latest employment regulations, and reduce
financial and reputational risk, Australia’s leading bi-annual HR Law Masterclass
Conference returns in September 2024. Brought to you by Employment Law
Matters, the 22nd HR Law Masterclass Conference will cover all the complexity of
HR risks that businesses are facing today.


Attend to ensure compliance for your business, hear the latest HR legal insights
from expert lawyers, and benefit from recent case law examples, interactive
roundtable discussions and practical advice on the complex and time consuming
HR challenges occurring in the workplace today.

What will be covered?

Manage evolving working arrangements, pay equity and contract workers
Making the workplace neuro-inclusive and understanding discrimination risks
Identify and triage bullying, harassment, and sexual harassment risks
Understand key return to work risks of ill & injured employees
Minimise performance risks to avoid financial and reputational consequences
Manage poor or difficult employee behaviour and serious misconduct with
reasonable and justified actions
Reduce post-termination risks, adverse action risks and unfair dismissal claims
by adopting the right HR processes and practices
Prevent, manage and safeguard against psychological and mental health risks
for a safer work environment

Some of our speakers include:

 SYDNEY

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Ben Motro

Partner

Piper Alderman  

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Emily Strachan

Senior Associate

Kingston Reid

BRISBANE

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Shelley Williams

Partner

Kingston Reid

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Andrew Cardell-Ree

Partner

Thomson Geer 

MELBOURNE

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Stephen Silvapulle

Special Counsel

Clayton Utz

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Elizabeth Cole

Senior Associate

DLA Piper 

PERTH

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Jo Alilovic

Director

3D HR Legal  

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Danielle Flint

Special Counsel

HWL Ebsworth

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It was highly informative and provided a different perspective
I'm sure to take back to my workplace.

Pre Conference Workshop

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Terminating an employee is always a complex process. With ongoing regulatory changes and the potential for severe legal and financial consequences, it is crucial for organisations to be well-equipped to handle these situations effectively. Properly managing terminations ensures a smoother process for everyone involved and fosters a more respectful experience for employees under significant stress.
 

This practical one-day workshop is designed to provide attendees with the knowledge and skills needed to conduct lawful terminations and redundancy processes.

Participants will learn how to minimise the risk of costly legal claims, such as unfair dismissal, general protections claims for adverse action, breaches of awards or enterprise agreements, unlawful discrimination, and workers’ compensation claims.
By the end of this workshop, attendees will be prepared to navigate the complexities of terminations and redundancies with confidence, ensuring legal compliance and mitigating potential risks.

Workshop Facilitators:

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David Dilger

Director,

Edge Legal

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Rod Collinson

Director,

Edge Legal

Post Conference Workshop

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One of the most difficult, time consuming and intense roles of an HR Practitioner is navigating performance complexities. HR teams deal with increasing Fair Work Commission intervention when managing performance, because of changes to laws, constant workplace change, and increasing awareness of rights.


Reliance on complex processes such as formal performance improvement plans doesn’t always have the desired outcomes. Even with the most sound and well intentioned performance improvement and disciplinary processes in place, the risk of legal action is still there. We will also workshop how to continue in the face of any claims or grievances made, with legal confidence.
 

This one-day workshop provides in-depth practical focus on how to manage most
performance scenarios through meaningful, regular discussions and communication - helping you take practical approaches to unravelling the complexities of managing performance.

Workshop Facilitators:

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David Dilger

Director,

Edge Legal

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Rod Collinson

Director,

Edge Legal

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Who Should Attend?

From cross-industry and government.

Heads of
People and
Culture

Heads
of Talent
Management

Heads of HR

Senior
Operational
Management

People and
Capability
Manager

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HR Business
Partners

Employee
Relation
Managers

HR Advisors

People
Managers

Performance
Managers

FIND OUT MORE

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GROUP DISCOUNTS
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