Recorded Webinar: Redundancy and Restructuring: Getting it Right When it’s Over


Date: Thursday 23rd July 2020
Approximate Length: 1 Hour

Redundancies and corporate restructuring are a grim reality of our current economic times. Before the process starts, you need to be sure that you have met your obligations. Otherwise, you risk a costly unfair dismissal claim. This session guides you through your obligations and how to best mitigate your risks. It covers:

  • The distinction between a genuine and non-genuine redundancy
  • Managing the risks of an adverse action or discrimination claim following redundancy
  • Is the employee covered by an enterprise agreement or modern award?
  • The obligation to consult:
    • When are you required to consult?
    • What is effective consultation?
    • Penalties for failing to consult
  • Redeployment issues
  • Determining redundancy entitlements
  • Section 120 of the Fair Work Act and seeking reductions in redundancy entitlements
  • Case update
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Catherine Brooks, Consultant, Law Squared, Melbourne  

Catherine is an accredited specialist in workplace relations, associate director and strategy advisor to fast growth businesses and clients of Law Squared.

Catherine is passionate about helping employers manage their workplace so that they can focus on business growth and profitability. As an employer advocate, she uses her specialist skills in workplace relations to provide strategic legal advice to CEOs and their executive team when it matters most during the employment life cycle: hiring, managing and firing.

Catherine was a finalist in the Ausmumpreneur Awards 2018 (in the category of innovative business) and Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards 2018 (in the category of thought leader).

Catherine is also a Company Secretary and Board Member for Women with Disabilities Victoria, Advisory Board Member for Strategic Business Alliance and Council Member for Community Directors Council (as part of the Institute of Community Directors Australia).


This webinar is suitable for HR professionals 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.

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Product Code: WBNJUL20
 Price:  $198.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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