Restructuring and Redundancy

1:00pm Thursday, 6 August 2020
2:00pm Thursday, 6 August 2020
Webinar
Online via webinar
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This webinar will take place 1.00pm AEST, New South Wales .
Australia

As we return to the ‘new normal’, Employers are starting to think about the future and many are considering what their business may look like post JobKeeper as well as planning for 2021.  
A recent survey we carried out indicates that 31% of Employers are considering restructuring as an option while 30% are unsure whether they will need to restructure.  
It is crucial that if restructuring and redundancies are being considered, Employers understand the risks and steps that need to be taken to minimise a potential claim.  
Join Aitken Legal’s Special Counsel, Angela Engel who will look at restructuring and redundancy.  She will share insight into recent decisions of the Fair Work Commission as well as provide practical tips on how to best minimise risk if your firm is planning to restructure or make employees redundant.

 

Presented by:

Angela Engel
Special Counsel, Aitken Legal

 

Angela was admitted to practice law in 1999.  After being admitted to practice law in 1999, Angela focused predominantly in Employment Law and Commercial Litigation, until 2008 when she dedicated herself to be an Employment Law specialist. 

She joined Aitken Legal in April 2011 with the opening of our Gold Coast Office and has been a valuable contributor to building the firm’s clientele and excellent reputation.
Angela is highly experienced in advising clients in all facets of Employment Law and has successfully assisted many Gold Coast businesses with employment law matters across a diverse range of industries, including manufacturing, hospitality, finance, legal, community,  medical, wholesale/distribution, retail, education and construction.  

Additionally, Angela has strong workplace investigations skills, which are regularly called upon to assist employers in private business and local government to understand and solve complex workplace complaints and ultimately avoid further legal disputes. 

She represents employers in all litigation matters relevant to the employment relationship, including unfair dismissal and general protection claims; discrimination complaints; breach of contract claims and prosecutions by the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Cost:

Members:  Free.  Please log in to register
Non-Members: $37.00 (incl GST)

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Fiona Croswell - L&D Manager

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CPD:

Professional Skills - 1.5 points/ NZ units