Do you know what your obligations are as an employer? Do you fully understand the difference between an employee and a contractor? How comfortable do you feel in managing issues within your workplace?
Workforces are the backbone of any organisation so protecting them as well as your organisation is essential.
This masterclass with lawyer Daniel Komesaroff from Justice Connect’s Not-for-profit Law will address a number of key employment legal issues you need to know so you can be confident that your organisation is doing the right thing by its workers.
What the masterclass will cover:
Not-for-profit and community organisations have the same legal obligations to their workers as any other employer – but that doesn’t mean employment law is easy to understand or implement. There is a lot of information available on employment law, but it can be hard to know what is useful and where to start. In this masterclass we’ll cover:
- How to understand and apply employee entitlements.
- The key differences between employees and contractors.
- How to manage issues with workers.
- Relevant cases, top tips and additional resources to help in the future.
What should I expect from this webinar?
You’ll come away from the masterclass with:
- An introduction to the laws that create employment law obligations.
- An insight into the differences between employees and contractors and the risks of mischaracterising workers.
- A framework to respond to workplace issues like underperformance and misconduct.
- An update on key cases impacting an organisation’s employment law obligations.
- Top tips and resources to access further support.
Who is this masterclass for?
Anyone involved in recruiting or managing workers in a not-for-profit or community organisation will benefit from this masterclass.
Meet your presenter.
Lawyer – Not-for-profit Law
Daniel is a lawyer at Justice Connect’s Not-for-profit Law. Prior to joining Justice Connect, Daniel worked across the corporate and employment law teams of international law firm, DLA Piper. In these teams, he had exposure to a landscape of legal matters where he worked on cross-jurisdiction mergers and acquisitions, Fair Work Commission conciliations as well as various human rights law submissions. Daniel was also seconded to the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (VALS) from DLA Piper in the first half of 2018. Drawing upon his previous positions, Daniel provides legal advice and training to community organisations across Australia and, recently, he was a finalist in the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards in the category of Community Legal Centre Lawyer.
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