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Seminar: How To Prepare For The New Provisions In The Fair Work

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WorkResolve would like you to join us for our upcoming seminar workshop on 5 December 2013 in Brisbane.

Speakers: Ms Susan Booth, Commissioner – Fair Work Australia & Ms Annie Smeaton, Senior Counsel – Cooper, Grace, Ward

This is your opportunity to get information from a Commissioner about the recent amendments to the Fair Work Act due to be implemented in January 2014 and ask a senior industrial lawyer your burning legal questions. Ms Booth will be providing information about the new workplace anti-bullying provisions and how best to prepare for any potential applications; including reviewing the definition of bullying, jurisdiction of applications and how to manage workplace bullying applications. Ms Booth will also cover the updated union right of entry provisions and the new ‘family friendly’ measures and new consultation requirements.

Ms Annie Smeaton, Special Counsel, Cooper, Grace, Ward, is the second speaker and will give you an outline of how to prepare yourself for complaints of workplace bullying and when to investigate. She will also answer your legal questions in an informative legal Q&A session designed to provide you with candid and practical information.

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