|4.00 PM 7.00 PM|
4.00pm - 4.40pm - Accessorial Liability
Who can be held responsible for wage underpayments? Accessorial liability and the Fair Work Act. It is not just the employer who can be held to account for wage underpayments.
Directors, franchisors, principal contractors, HR managers and even external advisors, such as lawyers, can be ordered to pay penalties and compensation for being knowingly involved in wage underpayments.Ingmar Taylor SC will examine this issue in the context of FWO v Blue Impression Pty Ltd  FCCA 810, where an external accounting firm was found to be liable for wage underpayments by its client.
4.40pm - 5.20pm - Bonus payments
5.20pm - 5.40pm - Break
5.40pm - 5.20pm - Terminating enterprise agreements
6.20pm - 7.00pm - Employee use of social media
This seminar is being held in conjunction with the Law Council of Australia and will be co-chaired by Federal court judges, The Hon Anna Judith Katzmann and The Hon Nye Perram.
|The Law Society of New South Wales, 170 Phillip Street, Sydney NSW 2000|
|Ingmar Taylor SC, Barrister, Greenway Chambers
Andrew Gotting, Barrister, P G Hely Chambers
Chris Jessup, Retired Federal Circuit Court Judge
Craig Green, Solicitor, Dobson Mitchell Allport
Underpayments, bonuses, enterprise agreements and those employees that unleash on social media
|22 November 2017|
|2.75 CPD Units Face-to-face|
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