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Coronavirus and Australian Workplace Laws – Workplaces through, and post COVID-19

Sep 24

Date:  Thursday, 24th Sep 2020

Starts:  4:00pm
Ends:  5:00pm

Location:  webinar

Cost:  Free

Organisation:   Office of the Small Business Commissioner

Coronavirus and Australian Workplace Laws –Workplaces through, and post COVID-19

Through COVID-19, industries and businesses are working hard to weather and recover from the economic impact of the pandemic, with many now looking to return to more familiar working conditions and environments following several months of disruption.

This webinar, presented by Aaron Rilstone (Director - Stakeholder Strategy & Small Business, Fair Work Ombudsman) will explore how employees and employers can work together collaboratively as they transition back to work and prepare for more difficult months ahead.

Aaron will be talking to topics including;

  • What the FWO are doing;
  • Award changes;
  • Temporary amendments to the Fair Work Act,
  • JobKeeper;
  • Stand downs;
  • FAQs and trends the FWO is seeing; and
  • Tools, guides and resources to assist.

About our Presenter

Aaron has worked in a number of industrial relations focussed roles in both the private and public sector for almost 20 years.  

Prior to initiating and embedding his current team he held Director positions across the FWO in teams including;

  • Government & Parliamentary Policy;
  • Communications; and
  • Compliance and Operations.  

As the Director of Stakeholder Strategy & Small Business, and in addition to leading the Agencies Small Business functions, Aaron is responsible for leading the FWO’s engagement and consultation practices with key stakeholders, partners and communities.  

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