WEBINAR Aug 4 || Transitioning employees back to the physical workplace

Authored By Carly Fordred

What will you and your business need to consider when transitioning employees back into the physical workplace? How will you make it work?

Whether it's now, next week or in 3 months' time - there's a new framework - and with it, a raft of new legal considerations.

George Haros, Partner and Employment Advisory Expert at Gadens, will guide Members and guests through the legalities of the following topics:

Getting people back to work


Outbreaks - Timing and operational considerations

Outbreaks - Consultation and communication

Outbreaks - Mental health

Employment documentation

Safety first

Come prepared with your specific questions for George.

This webinar is complimentary for APSCo Australia Members.

Non-Members may attend at $88.00 plus GST.



About our Presenter

George Haros
Partner, Gadens

George is a leading employment and industrial relations lawyer. He has significant experience advising clients with respect to a range of employment and industrial relations matters, including Fair Work Commission (FWC) matters, Federal Court matters, equal opportunity, restraint of trade, bullying and harassment, discrimination, workplace investigations and workers' compensation.

George offers industry-specific knowledge in a number of areas, including labour hire, recruitment, professional services, sport, technology, manufacturing and hospitality.

His management background combined with his practical experience as an employment and industrial relations lawyer enables him to offer valuable and practical insights to his clients. He has a deep understanding of the commercial issues that both government and businesses are faced with, and accordingly he can provide tailored commercial solutions to his clients' employment law matters in order to assist them in achieving their business objectives.

George is recognised as a leader in his field, including by Best Lawyers Australia for Labour and Employment Law 2020 – 2021 and for Commercial Law 2021, as well as by The Legal 500 in 2019 and by Doyle's Guide in 2021 and 2018.