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Preparing for Wage Theft Laws: Key Actions to Take From July 1.
PaidRight & Cowell Clarke Commercial Lawyers
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20th June 2024 -  12:00 pm AEST

Summary

Join us for a webinar on preparing for the upcoming wage theft laws for FY25. With increased penalties, personal liability and heightened activity from Fair Work, it is crucial to ensure your business is being proactive when it comes to compliance.

This session will provide in-depth insights into the latest legislative changes and practical strategies to protect your organisation against potential risks.

Key takeaways

  • What you should already be doing when it comes to wage compliance.
  • What the changes coming into effect are.
  • What you can do to be ready, and how to take a proactive approach.

Speakers

Aimee To
Legal Compliance Manager
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Cassie Burfoot
Director - Employment & Workplace Relations
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Legal Compliance Manager - PaidRight
Aimee has served as a Lawyer and Industrial Relations Advisor, with a background in Fair Work compliance working for both State and Federal Government. Aimee is attuned to the complexities of the industrial relations system helping businesses navigate the intricacies of and providing compliance advice on awards, enterprise agreements and industrial instruments for over 5 years.
Director Employment & Workplace Relations - Cowell Clark / RemCheck
Cassie is a specialist employment lawyer with extensive experience in advising clients on all aspects of the employment relationship. She has a particular interest in advising employers on employee entitlements and ensuring that their payroll practices are compliant with the Fair Work Act 2009 and other applicable industrial instruments.

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