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Webinar: Employment Law Changes - What Every Business And HR Team Needs To Know

  • 02-Mar-2023
  • 11:00 - 12:00
  • Online


The Federal Government’s recent industrial relations reforms are significant and have wide-ranging consequences for businesses from a compliance, enforcement and liability (including personal liability) perspective.

Whilst the current reforms target matters such as pay secrecy, flexible working arrangements, sexual harassment at work and the prolonged use of fixed-term contracts, future reforms are expected to also cover the criminalisation of employee underpayments, regulation of the gig economy, the reduction of the use of casual employees, and requiring labour hire employees to be paid at the same rate as direct employees.

In this free webinar, Daniel Iminjan from the employment law team at Matthews Folbigg Lawyers will explain the current reforms and provide practical guidance to assist employers to meet their legal obligations and to endeavour to reduce their risk of exposure to claims. 

    Webinar Details

    Date: Thursday 2nd March, 2023

    Time: 11.00am to 12.00pm 

    Where: Online

    Cost: Free

    Webinar Presenter  |  Daniel Iminjan  |  Matthews Folbigg Lawyers

    Daniel was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2021 after graduating from Western Sydney University with degrees in Law and Commerce (Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations).

    Following his admission as a solicitor, Daniel initially practised in insurance and workers’ compensation law representing both Federal government and self-insured private sector clients in matters litigated before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.  Utilising his degrees, Daniel currently practises in employment law providing timely and practical advice to businesses across the broad range of matters that employers encounter.

    Daniel also has an interest in law reform and has contributed to various submissions by NSW Young Lawyers.

    Daniel’s principal areas of practice are:

    • Employment and Workplace Relations Law
    • Discrimination in Employment
    • Work Health and Safety

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