Workshop on employment disputes, disagreements

On the back of 2020, it is more important than ever for businesses great and small to understand the dynamics of employee-employer relationships.

Jan 27, 2021, updated Jan 28, 2021

The workforce did it tough in 2020.

Employees were unsure or unaware of what they were entitled to and employers were exposed to liability and unexpected claims they were unprepared for.

These are issues impacting small businesses harder than most during this time.

It has, however, provided a much needed opportunity for people to proactively understand the risks and consequences involved when employer-employee relationships go poorly.

Join Jonathon Hadley, Partner at Gadens, who brings over 18 years of industry experience dealing with unfair dismissals, employment contract policies, employment and labour counselling as he brings you a workshop targeted at preventing and solving disagreements and disputes in the workplace.

See event details below.

For many employers, it has been difficult to keep pace with the frequent and ongoing variations to Australian employment laws since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic,” he said.

The event is hosted by Brisbane Business Hub, a Brisbane City Council initiative spearheaded by Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner to bolster the local business community through the trials of COVID-19.

“This seminar will explore the practical implications of the current employment law regime for medium to large enterprises, with a focused discussion on JobKeeper disputes, and will help organisations prepare for what looks to be an uncertain future ahead,” Jonathon said.

To register for the free event, click here. 

Jonathon Hadley, Partner at Gadens

With multiple degrees in commerce, accounting and law, Jonathon specialises in employment, industrial relations and workplace health and safety law and has over 18 years’ industry experience.

Jonathon has represented clients in a wide range of industries across many states including property buyers, construction, labour hire, retail, government agencies, and medium to large private enterprises.

“Getting it right when it comes to dealing with employment disputes begins with gaining a comprehensive understanding of the current employment law regime and its implications for employers,” he said.

Jonathon has substantial experience in providing advice in relation to the National Employment Standards, injunctive relief on industrial relations issues, and advising and implementing workplace agreements as well as advising on enterprise bargaining agreements.

He further specialises in workplace health and safety investigations and acts for employers on a variety of work health and safety (WHS) matters.

As testament to his pre-eminent status, he also lectures and presents to clients and representative bodies on changes to employment and WHS legislation.

Event Details

Tuesday 9 February 2021

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm AEST

Brisbane Business Hub: Level 2, 155 Queen Street, Brisbane City, QLD 4000

Click here to register for the free event. 

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