Workplace grievance or a matter of public interest?: a PID Act update

Your Hosts: Craig Rawson

Cost: $59.95

This instructional presentation is aimed at providing guidance on:

• discretion on whether to investigate or not

• ‘desktop’ investigations

• managing the workplace while the investigation is underway

• management involvement in investigations once the Principal Officer’s power has been delegated.

This video is 25 minutes in length and will equate to ½ CPD point.

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Craig Rawson, AGS Senior Executive Lawyer

Craig acts in proceedings relating to workplace relations, work, health and safety and employment arising under the Fair Work Act 2009, the Fair Work (Building Industry) Act 2012 and the Work Health and Safety Act 2011. He has acted in numerous proceedings seeking penalties for contraventions of these Acts and their antecedents, and in proceedings seeking revocation of union entry permits, unfair dismissal matters and disputes before the Fair Work Commission, as well as in other regulatory matters.

He also has considerable experience in judicial and merits review of government decisions. 

He worked on the Royal Commission into the Building and Construction Industry and was outposted as the Solicitor Assisting the Royal Commission into Youth Detention and Child Protection in the Northern Territory between September 2016 and December 2016.

He appeared for the CEO of ASADA in the AFL Anti-Doping Tribunal involving 34 current and former Essendon football players, and to defend challenges brought by the Essendon Football Club and its coach, Mr Hird, to the lawfulness of ASADA’s ‘joint investigation’ with the Australian Football League into the 2012 Essendon supplements program, which included a 3-day trial on the challenge to the investigation process.

He is an expert in workplace relations law and has written and presented a number of papers on related topics for AGS and a range of public sector forums.

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