Thank you so much for attending our recent IR Law Forum Series.
Below you will find links to the briefing notes and fact sheets that relate to each stream that was covered during the series. If you need further clarification or assistance with anything, please reach out to us at [email protected]
Paid FDV Leave Fact sheet | Briefing note
Positive Duty and other SDA Changes Fact sheet | Briefing note
Prohibiting Sexual Harassment at Work Fact sheet | Briefing note
Objects: Gender Equality, Equal Remuneration, and Expert Panels Fact sheet
Objects: Gender Equality Briefing note
Equal Remuneration Briefing note
Expert Panels Briefing note
Prohibiting Pay Secrecy Fact sheet | Briefing note
Flexible Work Fact sheet | Briefing note
Anti Discrimination and Special Measures Fact sheet | Briefing note
Initiating Bargaining (w/n 5 years of NED) Fact sheet | Briefing note
Changes to Bargaining (overall) Fact sheet | Briefing note
Supported Bargaining Fact sheet | Briefing note
Single Interest Bargaining Fact sheet | Briefing note
Cooperative Bargaining Fact sheet | Briefing note
Bargaining Disputes (Intractable bargaining declaration) Fact sheet | Briefing note
Industrial Action (PABs, compulsory conciliation) Fact sheet | Briefing note
Termination of Agreements and Sunsetting Zombie Agreements Fact sheet
Termination of Agreements Briefing note
Sunsetting of Zombie Agreements Briefing note
Agreement Approvals and Dealing with Errors Fact sheet
Agreement Approvals and Better Offer Overall Test Briefing note
Errors in Agreements Briefing note
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