In our Future of Work report Herbert Smith Freehills predicted a rise in workplace activism, with employees across all sectors and geographies becoming more vocal in articulating their views. An inevitable by-product of such activism will be a rise in the number of employee complaints. For employers investigating such complaints, the task can seem daunting. Whether it's scoping the investigation and framing allegations correctly, gathering evidence and conducting interviews, or writing reports and making findings, investigations can quickly become complicated and require significant time and resources.
The Asia Employment Pensions and Incentives practice hosted a four-part series on managing workplace investigations. This series is aimed to help clients navigate the full life cycle of an investigation, focusing on Scoping & Drafting; Interviews & Privilege; Gathering Evidence; and Reports & Regulators. Register below to access the recordings.
Moderated by: Fatim Jumabhoy (Asia Head of Employment Pensions and Incentives)
Duration: 60 minutes per episode
Episode 1 – Scoping & Drafting
Speakers: Fatim Jumabhoy (Asia Head of Employment Pensions and Incentives)
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Employment and Safety requirements and expectations for the COVID vaccine
With many of our clients preparing for or in the process of returning their workforce to their Australian-based offices, our Catalyst series is returning for 2021 to discuss the role of organisations and implications for the roll out of a COVID vaccine. Dr Andrew Ebringer, Regional Medical Director and Consulting Lead for Australasia at International SOS and Nerida Jessup, Special Counsel from our Sydney Safety team join host Drew Pearson, Partner in our Sydney Employment and Industrial Relations team to explore the complex considerations for employers considering the issue of COVID-19 vaccinations.
Catalyst: 2020 A Year in Review
The final Catalyst Webinar of 2020 focuses on:
• managing employment and IR issues in our new flexible working environment (Drew Pearson, Partner, Employment, IR and Safety);
• the disruption to class actions in Australia in the last 12 months (Christine Tran, Partner, Disputes);
• geopolitics and impacts on Australia (Rebecca Maslen-Stannage, Partner, Corporate) and
• optimism driven by record government infrastructure spending and fast-tracked demand for technology (Nicholas Carney, Partner, Projects).
Catalyst: Reopening offices - risks & opportunities (Australia)
Rachael McCarthy, Studio Director at Bates Smart, joins a panel of our Employment, IR and Safety experts, including Drew Pearson (Partner), Aaron Anderson (Partner) and Sophie Beaman (Senior Associate), to discuss a range of topics covering workplace design, employment and safety law and a practical operations perspective.
More Related Webinars
- PARENTING AND WORKING FROM HOME
- COVID-19: PEOPLE: PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY DURING COVID-19 (AUSTRALIA)
- COVID-19: PEOPLE: THE RETURN TO WORK STRATEGY - PROTECTING PEOPLE AND PLACES (UK)
- COVID-19: PREPARING BUSINESSES TO RETURN THEIR PEOPLE TO WORK (AUSTRALIA)
- COVID-19 - PEOPLE: PRIORITISING WELLBEING
- COVID-19 - PEOPLE: EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES (EUROPE)
- COVID-19: TAX AND EMPLOYMENT ISSUES OF JOBKEEPER PAYMENT (AUSTRALIA)
- COVID-19: IMPACT OF REGULATORY BEHAVIOUR (AUSTRALIA)
- COVID-19: PEOPLE: THE CHALLENGES BEING FACED (UK)
- COVID-19: LIQUIDITY, EMPLOYMENT AND CONTRACTS (AUSTRALIA)
- COVID-19: PEOPLE: CONSIDERATIONS FOR EMPLOYERS (GERMANY)
- COVID-19: PANEL DISCUSSION - IMPACT ON BUSINESS (AUSTRALIA)
- COVID-19: EMPLOYMENT ISSUES ARISING FROM COVID-19: A REGIONAL VIEW (ASIA)
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