9 Reasons why Employment Contracts are Still Important! (2017)
Key Learning Outcomes:
- We will map out nine different areas in which a properly drafted employment contract makes a difference to the business and protects employers
- Demonstrate how – by attending to some key clauses – business can be protected from the more opportunistic employees.
- Explore how a properly drafted employment agreement can save a business a lot of money, protects its future and spare employers an ocean of anxiety and frustration.
About your Speaker: Warwick Ryan – Hicksons Lawyers
Warwick Ryan is a recognised specialist in employment law and workplace relations. He completed a Bachelor of Laws at the University of NSW and attained a Masters of Employment Law from Sydney University in 2001.
The advice Warwick provides to his clients is focused on practical issues, addressing matters before they become major problems. He does this by taking into account broader commercial considerations such as public relations and workplace culture.
Warwick has advised employers and employees in a diverse range of industries including finance, education, publishing, health care, aged care, mining services, retail, manufacturing and construction.
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