Same same but different – the fuzzy line between contractor and employee

Your Hosts: Jane Supit and Paul Barker

Cost: $59.95

This instructional presentation is aimed at providing guidance on the legal difference between contractors and APS employees. It discusses the legal rights and obligations of contractors and the legal rights and obligations of agencies who employ them both under the employment contract but also under legislation including the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, the Fair Work Act 2009 and anti-discrimination laws. The obligation of an agency to pay superannuation is also considered. 

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

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Jane Supit, AGS Senior Executive Lawyer

Jane is a commercial lawyer with extensive experience working with Commonwealth clients to deliver a wide range of government programs. 

Jane has expertise in strategic advice on program design and delivery, major projects, legal risk management, technology, intellectual property, licensing and probity. 

Her work covers template development, drafting contract and tender documentation, lead negotiator and advice on contract management issues. 

She works closely with project teams to deliver projects on schedule, within budget and to meet Commonwealth requirements. 

Paul Barker, AGS Senior Executive Lawyer

Paul provides advice to a range of clients on complex public sector employment issues, discrimination, matters arising under the Fair Work Act 2009 and work health and safety (WHS). 

He is a litigation specialist and has successfully acted for agencies in many major and high-profile cases and inquests. He acts for clients primarily in employment, discrimination, industrial relations and WHS cases, but also acts in administrative law proceedings (both merits and judicial review), negligence, misfeasance in public office and breach of statutory duty cases, insolvency proceedings and coronial inquests. 

Paul has provided advice on customer aggression response and personal protective order proceedings.

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