Major Fair Work Amendments for Employers

Online

11 July 2024
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST

Online

1 hr

Hamish Procter


TopicPeople & Culture
TypeWebinar
CPD1 - Substantive Law

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Presented by

Hamish Procter, Aitken Legal

In December 2023 and February 2024, the Government passed significant new workplace laws as part of its Fair Work Legislation Amendments (Closing Loophole) reforms.

These amendments impact employers across Australia. Join Aitken Legal’s Special Counsel, Hamish Procter, who will provide a comprehensive explanation of what these changes mean for businesses and how to ensure you are meeting your updated workplace obligations. 

In this session Hamish will cover three key areas of the reform:
• The new ‘right to disconnect’;
• The new definition of ‘employment’ and how that impacts on the employee v contractor question; and
• The changes to the casual employment concept and casual conversion rights.

Who should attend:
• Practice Managers
• HR Managers
• General Managers
• Managing Principals / Partners

This seminar will be recorded and made available in our On Demand library after the live event.

Presented by

Hamish Procter
Special Counsel at Aitken Legal

Aitken Legal Special Counsel, Hamish Procter, has over 12 years’ experience working as an Employment Lawyer acting only for Employers.

Hamish is recognised as an Accredited Specialist in Workplace Relations in both Queensland and Victoria, and advises clients about the legal risks arising pre-employment, during employment and following the termination of employment. He helps clients develop and implement practical strategies for managing those risks and obtaining good commercial outcomes for their business.  He also has extensive experience in representing clients in unfair dismissal and general protection claims, as well as other employment law related litigation.

Hamish has undertaken advanced training for workplace investigations, including a Certificate IV in Government Investigations, and frequently conducts workplace investigations.

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