HR Business Breakfast - By Invitation Only
In the wake of the Barnaby Joyce scandal, the Amber Harrison/Channel 7 case, the AFL senior male/junior female relationships case, Harvey Weinstein, and #metoo, sensitivity to the issues arising from sexual or other interpersonal relationships between staff, and their ramifications in workplaces, is extreme.
Most organisations will have sexual harassment policies and the like in place. But in light of the current focus on these issues, what should you do to avoid issues arising?
Join us at our first HR Business Breakfast for 2018 when employment law expert Stephen Booth will address issues such as:
dealing with grievances, complaints, scuttlebutt
what is personal and private, and what isn’t?
morality and values
public relationships v secret relationships
relationships between superiors and subordinates
timeliness, transparency, fairness and handling the PR
Stephen will look more closely at some of the cases that have attracted media and legal attention, and also some situations arising which cast light on how to handle, and how not to handle, these issues.
I hope you can join us for this thought-provoking event!
Tania Kapell and the team
About the Presenter:
Stephen Booth, Coleman Greig Lawyers
Stephen Booth has been in practice for over 35 years and leads Coleman Greig’s Employment Law Team. He has significantly developed the firm’s practice in this area; advising and representing employer and employee clients across a wide range of areas including unfair dismissals, discrimination, workforce restructuring and redundancies.