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As employees become increasingly litigious, adverse action claims show no signs of slowing down.
Ensure you have the most up-to-date knowledge of case law and risk mitigation tactics by attending this webinar on 26 May, where Henry William Lawyers senior associate Renee Kasbarian will discuss:
Renee Kasbarian is a commercial employment lawyer who advises and assists clients on a range of general employment, industrial relations and WHS matters.
When it comes to assisting clients, Renee supports the HR functions of the business and adopts a practical and commercial approach to achieve viable and positive outcomes for clients. Key matters she has recently worked on include advising and assisting a client with investigating employee confidential information breaches; assisting a commercial construction company with a SafeWork NSW investigation, which resulted in no legal proceedings being commenced; working with clients in the construction industry in relation to bargaining negotiations with union bodies, including assisting with industrial disputes; and supporting clients in navigating workplace laws in the context of COVID-19, including WHS issues, stand down disputes, vaccinations and more.
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Workplace psychological injury risks are receiving more attention than ever before, and the onus is squarely on employers to respond.
Attend this HR Daily webinar to understand how risks are evolving and what this means for your organisation. Ashurst partner-elect Tamara Lutvey will review recent court and tribunal rulings, and discuss:
Tamara Lutvey is a partner-elect in Ashurst's employment practice, and she's been working for more than 12 years in employment, industrial relations, discrimination and occupational health and safety law.
Tamara has extensive experience in managing complex employment-related litigation, including before Federal and state courts and tribunals, and she provides practical and strategic advice and solutions to clients across a broad range of industries and on a wide range of matters.
Consistently ranked as a leading individual in the labour and employment law fields, Tamara has also been recognised as an employment and WHS 'rising star' by Doyle's Guide.