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Lunch and Learn: Employment Law Webinar Series for CLC Lawyers

A series of 8 short lunch and learn webinar sessions for Victorian, Queensland and Tasmanian CLC lawyers on topical employment law issues.

November 11, 2021

From 1pm to 1.30pm every Tuesday and Wednesday for four weeks, join JobWatch’s Principal Lawyer Gabrielle Marchetti as she talks through some of the most topical employment law issues of the day – workers’ rights in the COVID-19 pandemic, family violence in the workplace, discrimination and underpayments claims and more.

These short webinar sessions are designed for CLC lawyers in Victoria, Queensland and Tasmania. For lawyers in these categories, each of these sessions is worth 0.5 CPD points.

  • Tuesday 23 Nov 2021 – Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations & Unfair Dismissal
  • Wednesday 24 Nov 2021 – Family Violence in the Workplace: Leave Entitlements and Flexible Working Arrangements
  • Tuesday 30 Nov 2021 – Family Violence in the Workplace: Termination of Employment
  • Wednesday 1 Dec 2021 – Return to Work Considerations after COVID-19 Lockdowns
  • Tuesday 7 Dec 2021 – Social Media and Employment Law
  • Wednesday 8 Dec 2021 – Discrimination Claims: How to Choose The Right Jurisdiction
  • Tuesday 14 Dec 2021 – How To Run An Underpayments Claim
  • Wednesday 15 Dec 2021 – Advising Clients About Sexual Harassment Claims

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