Seminar: Return to work/mental health
Navigating the process of an injured worker to return to work can be a difficult task for employers. Approaching the process with care and attention can not only help to ensure a smooth transition back to work for the employee, it can also help employers to protect themselves from legal claims which may arise from failing to adhere to applicable workplace laws.
This seminar aims to ensure employers are aware of their obligations regarding injured workers both while they are off work and upon their return. It will also cover employers' obligations when it comes to the mental health of employees.
Who is presenting:
Paul Horvath (Principal) will present and discuss the key considerations for employers' when dealing with injured employees, including employees with mental health conditions.
Paul has practised as a solicitor for over 25 years. He has worked in small and medium firms, including two years in the Employment and Industrial Law Section at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.
- Employers' obligations while employees are injured and away from work;
- Employers' obligations when employees return to work;
- Practical tips to ensure a smooth return to work process;
- Employees' obligations relating to the mental health of employees; and
- Practical tips for the promotion of a mentally healthy workplace.
Date: Tuesday 16th June 2020
Time: 5.30pm - 6.30pm
Location: via Zoom Conferencing - details will be supplied on confirmation of attendance
RSVP: 1st June 2020 to Shona (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 03 9642 0435
*Each attendee will receive a copy of the PH Solicitor handbook - Employment Law Handbook, A Basic Guide for Businesses.