Recorded Webinar: Executive Employment – When It Comes to an End

Monday 29th May 2017

Duration:  approx. 2 hours

About the webinar

Executive employees are a crucial part of any big organisation. They make the important decisions, manage staff and an array of employment concerns. When they leave, it can be a major disruption for your business. Ensuring their contract covers all the essential termination clauses is key. This session covers:

  • Negotiating executive employment contracts – getting the termination clauses right
  • Termination and notice periods – what is reasonable?
  • Restraint of trade - Ensuring restraint period is relative with position
  • Fiduciary duties of senior employees
  • Confidentiality and protecting the organisation when an executive leaves
  • Wrongful dismissal and adverse action claims unique to executives

Who should attend

This webinar is suitable for HR professionals, in-house Counsel and lawyers practising in employment law – Australia wide. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.

Dr Graham Smith, Partner, Clayton Utz, Melbourne

Dr Graham Smith is a highly regarded industrial relations and employment law specialist.

He practises in all aspects of workplace relations with extensive experience advising corporations and national organisations on workplace strategies for enhancing workplace productivity and performance, and on the system of Federal industrial regulation. He regularly appears in proceedings before the Fair Work Commission and has published numerous articles in the field of industrial relations law.

Graham has over 25 years of experience in public sector and private law advising companies, Commonwealth, State and Territory Departments and statutory agencies in all aspects of workplace relations.

Amy Granger, Senior Associate, Clayton Utz, Melbourne

Amy practices solely in employment and industrial relations law and has experience in litigation in the High Court of Australia, the Federal Court of Australia, the Federal Circuit Court and the Fair Work Commission as well as in equal opportunity tribunals and OHS prosecutions.

Her experience includes advising employers on all aspects of enterprise bargaining, industrial and employee disputation.  Amy acts for large employers in significant industrial relations disputes, including applications to terminate industrial action (both protected and unprotected), applications for termination of enterprise agreements and in the arbitration of workplace determinations.

Product Code: WBDMAY17
 Price:  $253.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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