Employment and Industrial Relations 2018 Half-Year in Review [Whitepaper]

There’s never a shortage of change in the fast-paced employment law and industrial relations space. The first half of 2018 has already seen several key developments, and industrial relations has continued to be at the forefront of the political landscape.

One of the biggest challenges for you, in running your business or managing a busy legal practice, is keeping up-to-date with these changes. For this reason, the Practical Law Australia Employment team has summarised the live issues in this space for you, which will set the scene for the remainder of the year.

In this whitepaper, we consider the key employment and industrial relations decisions and changes to the law that have shaped the first half of 2018 from January to June, including:

  • Employment and industrial relations issues in the gig economy
  • Challenges with enterprise bargaining
  • Moves to regulation of labour hire relationships
  • Developments in relation to pay and benefits, including proposed legislative changes

We anticipate that the second half of the year will be similarly fast-paced, meaning that now is the time to reflect on the changes to date. A number of the changes will impact on the way you manage employees in your businesses or the way that your clients manage employment issues.

This whitepaper will arm you with the knowledge you need to advise on the most important issues in this area, and to take tips back to the businesses you advise.

Simply complete the form on the right to download your copy.

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