Surviving the Silly Season – Managing the Risks of Employee Conduct

LocationCafe Nova
DateDecember 10
Time07:30 am - 08:45 am
AddressCafe Nova 19 Murray Street, Gawler, South Australia 5118 - Map It
Cost
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Date:

December 10

Time:

07:30 am - 08:45 am

Event Category:

Barossa, Other Events

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Organizer

RDA Barossa Gawler Light Adelaide Plains

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/rda-barossa-gawler-light-adelaide-plains-11179420963
Venue

Cafe Nova

Cafe Nova 19 Murray Street, Gawler, South Australia 5118

Gawler, South Australia, AU, 5118

Surviving the Silly Season – Managing the Risks of Employee Conduct.


 Kathryn Adams ,the Principal Lawyer of Hallett Law, has global experience in Law, working for mid to top tier law firms in both Australia and the United Kingdom. She specialised in employment and industrial relations law. That experience led her to become an in-house lawyer for multinational recruitment and outsourced labour companies.


She relocated to Singapore to manage the regional legal affairs of a global recruitment company listed on the London Stock Exchange, and was responsible for providing legal advice to the company’s seventeen offices in nine countries around the Asia Pacific region.


Upon her return to Australia she gained academic experience by teaching at universities in the areas of corporate law, commercial law, internet law, and alternative dispute resolution.


Her topic at this breakfast session is very relavant at this time of the year, as the silly season is upon us and its time to celebrate. In saying that, its also a time where employers need to take extra caution when it comes to workplace health and safety. This seminar will assist employers in identifying the risks associated with “letting our hair down”, and then developing the strategies required to get through issues arising from those events. This seminar also looks into the hot topic that is employee conduct, and employer’s ability to manage that conduct when it can be argued that the conduct occurred “outside of work”.


 This is a breakfast event, you don’t want to miss.





10 Dec Thu