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Duration: Half Day Price: £295 + VAT, €345 / $395

It is essential that employers operating in Australia understand the legal framework to ensure they maintain good employee relations and avoid falling foul of local employment law and practice. 

This Employment Law Australia course, led by a partner from leading law firm Minter Ellison in Sydney, provides an introduction to Australian employment law and practice. 

It provides a clear overview of the Australian employment framework and valuable insights into the key differences between Australian employment law and that of other countries, as well as highlighting recent changes and developments that may catch out overseas firms. 

If you are considering establishing operations in Australia, or are responsible for employees based there, this expert-led Australian employment law course will give you the knowledge to advise colleagues with assurance. 

Highlights include: 

  • 'Need to know' advice on how to deal with employee issues in your Australian operations 
  • Understand the legislative framework and latest legal developments in Australia 
  • Be able to advise colleagues on local employment law and practice 
  • Appreciate the key differences between employment law and practice in Australia and in other countries 

We offer a discount when multiple bookings are made at the same time - please contact us for details.

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Virtual Duration: Half Day   |   Price: £295 + VAT
To pay in another currency, please contact us on +44 (0) 20 7549 2549 or info@bondsolon.com
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Gordon Williams – Minter Ellison 

I am dual qualified in the UK and Australia and a partner in Minter Ellison's Workplace division. I provide the full range of employment, human resources and industrial law advice and have extensive experience advising on executive appointments and terminations, enforcement of post employment restraints and HR issues arising out of corporate transactions (including mergers, acquisitions, disposals and outsourcing), restructuring and reorganisation. I have also developed an increasing speciality in employee benefit arrangements (including share option and other incentive remuneration) and related governance issues. Building on my previous practice as an employment lawyer in the UK, I also have experience of project managing employment matters that have multi-jurisdictional aspects, including international assignments and secondments.