Paul Horvath Solicitor and SportsLawyer regularly conduct Employment Law Seminars on Best practice & understanding employment laws.
The seminars have been specifically designed to assist businesses to gain an understanding of the relevant workplace laws, and of how to successfully implement best practice initiatives. Our Employment Law Seminar participants will also receive a free copy of our Employment Law Handbook: A Basic Guide for Businesses (usually $20.00).
Fair Work Act 2009
The Fair Work Act 2009 (the ‘Act’) governs the employer / employee relationship in Victoria. In recent times there have been significant changes to the Act. These changes include the implementation of workplace anti-bullying laws on 1 January 2014.
Our seminars have been specifically designed to assist businesses to gain an understanding of the relevant workplace laws, and of how to successfully implement best practice initiatives.
We run seminars in house, providing an overview of the fundamental employment law matters that all managers should be aware of, as well as how best practice strategies can be implemented in business.
Seminar participants will be provided with a free copy of our Employment Law Handbook: A Basic Guide for Businesses (usually $20.00).
Working at best practice helps employers and employees achieve happier, fairer and more productive workplaces, and helps you minimise the chances of ending up in court.
Who should attend our Employment Law Seminar?
- Human Resources Staff
- Business Owners
Whether you represent an ASX listed company, or are an executive or non-executive employee or an independent contractor, PH Solicitor has the extensive expertise in Victorian Employment Law that you need in order to achieve the best possible outcomes.
In a sporting context, employment and labour law issues often arrive in respect of employment contracts, and terms, sports agent contracts, sports league rules, restraint of trade, transfers, salary caps, termination, grievance procedures and redundancies.
PH Solicitor can advise you on the full range of legal areas under the employment law umbrella including:
- Advice for Employers
- Advise for Employees
- Unfair Dismissal
- Workplace Bullying and Harassment
- Employment Contracts
- Non-competition (also known as Restraint of Trade) Clauses.