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Drugs, Alcohol, S*x, Social Media and Rock 'n' Roll: The end of year event need not be the end of the world The end of year celebrations (both formal and informal) create complex questions about what a workplace is, how to manage alcohol and drugs, spontaneous intimate relationships and the aftermath, including the use of social media. This free event will help you understand, prepare and manage the following issues: As a matter of law, when am I ‘at work’…Find out more »
What are the obligations and responsibilities of employers?
How do employers develop the skills that safety legislation and the Law now requires of it?
What does best practice look like, based on examples internationally and across Australia?
How to create a strategic mental health plan for your organisation?
What is the evidence that supports and explains the right interventions?
The law remains an eloquent source of how employers should respond and once understood, can assist employers to strategically manage mental health issues in a respectful environment. This can decrease the likelihood of employees developing serious illness, improve productivity at work, better employee health and help to attract and retain talent. Is it hard? No!Find out more »
You will learn the strategies to prevent the risk arising and practical suggestions to make the planning easy.
The panel will discuss the emerging risks in:
• Industrial law
• Employment law
• Health/ Discrimination and associated law
• Workers’ Compensation Law
• Safety/Environment Law
• Privacy Law