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Employment Law for the Time Poor

Apr 29, 2020

In Episode 10 of our Employment Law for the Time Poor podcast, Tim Capelin and Emily Haar discuss how businesses can use the current goodwill and cooperative spirit in workplaces to help implement innovation and other workplace change, both now and after we emerge on the other side of the COVID-19 crisis.

Things are...


Apr 2, 2020

In Episode 9 of our Employment Law for the Time Poor podcast, Erin McCarthy and Emily Haar provide an update on particular employment law issues that arise out of the present COVID-19 pandemic.

Things are moving rapidly, and what was normal practice just two weeks ago, seems very different. 

Erin and Emily discuss the...


Mar 12, 2020

In Episode 8 of our Employment Law for the Time Poor podcast, Erin McCarthy and Emily Haar discuss the current COVID-19 situation through the lens of the work health and safety (WHS) obligations.

The second in our two-part series on COVID-19 and workforce management, this episode goes through a structured workplace...


Mar 12, 2020

In Episode 7 of our Employment Law for the Time Poor podcast, Professor Andrew Stewart and Emily Haar discuss some of the possible employment-law scenarios which could arise if your staff become sick (or think they might get sick and stay away from the office), or your office needs to close down, and what...


Feb 18, 2020

In episode 6 of our Employment Law for the Time Poor podcast, David Ey and Emily Haar consider what is on the horizon to be important in employment relations for 2020.

The National Employment Standards underpin employer/employee relations in Australia, and are in many cases deceptively simple. But what happens if a...