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            DWF Breakfast Briefing - Employment law and IR: What’s on the agenda for 2019?

            Employment law and IR: What's on the agenda for 2019? Join us in our Sydney office for a breakfast briefing, led by Principal Lawyer Sina Zevari.

            20 February 2019 07:15
            20 February 2019 09:00

            DWF Sydney Office
            Level 18, 363 George Street
            NSW 2000

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            This breakfast briefing will provide you with an update on what’s on the agenda for 2019 in employment law and industrial relations, including:

            • Casual employment and the gig economy;
            • #MeToo and its ongoing impact;
            • Biometric data and employee privacy;
            • Enterprise bargaining following recent changes to the law; and
            • What a Shorten Labor government might mean for your business.

            The presentation will be followed by questions and networking.

            7:15am – 7:30am: Registration and light breakfast

            7:30am – 8:30am: Presentation (including questions)

            8:30am – 9:00am: Networking

            Meet the speakers

            Sina Zevari

            • Principal Lawyer

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