As an employer, are you at risk with
“double dipping” casuals?
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About the Webcast
While Australia deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Full Federal Court have confirmed that casual employees working regular and systematic hours are likely to be considered permanent employees. Regardless of what their contract says and casual loading payments.
The prospect of having to defend up to 6 years’ worth of back-pay claims from one casual employee can have a devastating impact on any business. Let alone those with multiple casuals due to the industry and nature of the job.
In this one-hour free webcast, our employment relations legal expert will provide clarification and tips on:
With EOFY fast approaching, this is a crucial time to review that your documents match your legal obligations and intentions. Join our interactive webcast as we help employers be Workplace Assured with their workplace practice and obligations.
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Luis has over a decade’s experience practicing as a specialist employment and industrial relations lawyer acting for a broad range of employers across both the private and public sector. His advocacy experience in State and Federal Courts and Tribunals is extensive, in achieving successful outcomes for clients as an advocate in numerous unfair dismissal and industrial dispute arbitration. Luis is the trusted advisor to a number of organisations when it comes to large scale industrial bargaining. He has also conducted numerous investigations for clients in relation to internal employment disputes and bullying and harassment matters and continues to be a lead litigator in the developing General Protections and bullying jurisdictions.
Catherine is the Senior Editor and Content Writer for Workplace Assured, HR Advance, and sister publications, WorkplaceInfo and WorkplaceOHS. She loves equipping leaders with the latest research and insights to effectively lead, retain and engage their people through the content she writes. Catherine has worked in several HR roles including HR business partnering for top ASX listed firms for over 10 years, before specialising in HR content writing.