|Event date||04 Mar 2020 to 17 Mar 2020|
Brisbane and Gold Coast
|Who should attend|
AMA Queensland Members, Award Subscription Members or Practice Manager Affiliate:
*Early bird rates only apply to those who register and pay one full month prior to the chosen events seminar date.
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2020 Regional Private Practice Series One
Termination of employment - managing the risks
Join Jaaden Morrall, Workplace Relations Advisor, AMA Queensland as she discusses various reasons for terminating the employment of staff and the range of issues that arise during the termination process.
As part of our ongoing training to assist practices to understand their employment obligations and opportunities, we are introducing our next Private Practice Series topic of managing the risks relating to termination of employment.
Despite your best efforts, the day will come when you have to dismiss an employee, whether it’s because of performance issues or organisational changes. It can be a harrowing experience, regardless of how many years you’ve been managing people. A misstep in the process can lead to stressful and expensive legal claims.
We will look at the various reasons for terminating the employment of staff and the range of issues that arise during the termination process. This is a not to be missed event. Understanding the risks will help you to implement good practices and reduce the impact of adverse outcomes if you ever have to terminate someone’s employment.
Date: Wednesday 4 March
Date: Wednesday 11 March
Date: Thursday 17 March
Jaaden Clarke, Workplace Relations Advisor, AMA Queensland
Jaaden originally joined AMA Queensland in 2017 after graduating from a Bachelor of Business majoring in Human Resources Management. Soon after graduation she was nominated for and made it to the national finals for the Australian Human Resources Institute Student Award. Jaaden’s early career was established in human resource roles for SME’s with a particular focus on recruitment and selection. After working as a Workplace Relations Advisor at AMA Queensland for a while, she took a position in a large, multinational organisation as an Industrial Relations Advisor. This role saw her focus on ensuring the company and their franchisees were compliant with employment legislation for stores across Australia and New Zealand. In early 2020, Jaaden re-joined the Workplace Relations Team at AMA Queensland. She has a particular interest in employment contracts and has experience in advising on a range of employment matters which means she can assist private practices to ensure they are compliant with their legislated employment obligations.