Australia: [Event - Melbourne] Postponed employment contracts seminar
Last Updated: 21 July 2015

Unfortunately, the Melbourne seminar is no longer able to be presented on 23 July 2015. It has been postponed until Wednesday 19 August 2015. Attached is another invitation for the new date. If you have accepted the cancelled event - please do not forget to delete the diary entry for 23 July 2015. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Events in Sydney and North Ryde next week on this topic are unaffected. It is only Melbourne that has been postponed.

EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS: TAILORING THEM TO SUIT YOUR BUSINESS

Contracts of employment are binding on both the employee and the employer. If poorly drafted or left unchecked, an employment contract can become subject to interpretation and have terms implied into the document, that the employer did not originally intend. Our upcoming seminar will discuss important issues in drafting employment contract and how to make these documents work for you. Learn practical tips that will help you understand and eliminate potential issues that are often overlooked.

The information covered in the seminar will include:

  • Why you should have a written agreement.
  • What should the contract contain?
  • Express terms.
  • Clauses that protect your business.
  • The National Employment Standards.
  • The role of Modern Awards and Enterprise Agreements.
  • What are implied terms?
  • Workplace policies and whether they should be incorporated into the contract.

DETAILS

Melbourne

Date: Wednesday 19 August 2015
Time: 12:30 - 12:45 pm registration (a light lunch will be provided) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm presentation
Venue: Hunt & Hunt Offices - Level 26, 385 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC
RSVP: Please RSVP by clicking on the link below.
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SPEAKER

David Thompson, Partner - Melbourne

CLE/CPD Points: If this particular educational activity is relevant to your immediate or long term needs in relation to your professional development and practice of the law, then you should claim one "unit" for each hour of attendance (refreshment breaks not included).

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