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Employment Law Conference - justice at work?

NZ $240.00
Susan Hornsby-Geluk
Dundas Street Employment Lawyers
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Chair: Susan Hornsby-Geluk, Keynote: Her Honour Chief Judge Christina Inglis, Authors: Darryn Aitchison, Her Honour Judge Kathryn Beck, Jordan Boyle, Greg Cain, Mai Chen, Liz Coats, Janet Copeland, His Hon Judge Bruce Corkill, Peter Cranney, Cathryn Curran-Tietjens, Kathryn Dalziel, Geoff Davenport, Judy Dell, Maria Dew KC, Kylie Dunn, Steph Dyhrberg, John Edwards, Dr Mike England, Debbie Francis, Frank Godinet, Christie Hall, Michael Hargreaves, Trisha Harrison-Hunt, Her Honour Judge Joanna Holden, Amy Keir, Mere King, Shelley Kopu, Hamish Kynaston, Stephen Langton, Alison Mau, Simon Mitchell, His Honour Judge Mark Perkins, Michael Quigg, Karen Radich, Annabel Shaw, Philip Skelton KC, His Honour Judge Kerry Smith, Penny Swarbrick, Nura Taefi, Mary-Jane Thomas, Michael Timmins, Megan Vant, Lucia Vincent, Ros Webby, Helen White, Scott Worthy
Published: 22 October 2020
Pages: 438


There is no introduction for this publication.

Content outline

  • In search of simplicity in employment law and practice: an issue of access
    to justice
  • Does the manner in which we practise employment law reflect and honour a
    multi-cultural society?
  • COVID-19 obligations in a time of crisis
  • Remedies and costs
  • Pay equity: the past informs the future
  • Navigating the restructure process from rationale to redundancy
    (or redeployment)
  • Ethical behaviour in a competitive market: who plays by the rules?
  • Holidays and leave – recent developments and tricky questions
  • Workplace investigations and the right to silence
  • Disciplinary processes
  • Eliminating sexual harassment in the workplace: time for a fresh approach
  • Restorative processes – an alternative, an afterthought, or the first port of call?
  • Privacy and access to information
  • Who is an employee? Should the law provide minimum standards for other
    categories of worker?
  • Collective bargaining – when is an inflatable “rat” offensive?
  • Taking proceedings in the Human Rights Review Tribunal
  • Records of settlement – understanding s 149 records of settlement – pre and
    post settlement
  • Trial periods and casual/fixed term employment
  • What matters in the court – strategies for managing procedure and evidence
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