New Zealand’s leading and original employment law event series

The 8th HR Law Masterclass Conference hosted by Employment Law Matters is back again in 2020, covering all key HR law issues in just one day. With the employment relationship changing in many ways and HR risks being heightened due to the complexities of workplace issues - this conference will explore approaches to talent management, wellbeing, mental health, terminations, investigations, inappropriate conduct and so on...

Attend to hear insights from 10 experienced Lawyers and benefit from case law reviews and pragmatic advice on HR risks which are demanding the most of your time and attention.
 
 
Key areas of focus include: 
• Managing poor or difficult behavior
• Planning and conducting effective and procedurally fair investigations  
Holidays Act, parental and partner leave, flexibility, & family violence leave compliance 
Post employment restraints & confidentiality
Mental health, psychological injury and medical incapacity
Union relations, bargaining and Fair Pay Agreements
Bullying, harassment & sexual harassment
HR data risks, privacy, and monitoring of employees 
Managing drug and alcohol related issues
• The Triangular Employment Bill
• Availability provisions
 
Don't miss the pre-conference Workshop: 
From remedial approaches to ending the employment relationship. Faciliated by Fiona McMilan, Partner at Lane Neave. Special rates apply when you book the HR Law Masterclass Conference with the Workshop! BOOK HERE 
 
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Speakers Include

James Warren

Special Counsel

Kensington Swan

Jim Roberts

Partner

Hesketh Henry

Liz Coats

Partner

Bell Gully

Simon Lapthorne

Executive Partner

Kiely Thompson Caisley

Emma Peterson

Senior Associate

Russell McVeagh

John Farrow

Partner

Anderson Lloyd

Rachel Burt

Barrister

Workplace Matters

Melissa Johnston

Special Counsel

DLA Piper

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Who Attends:

  • Heads of HR  
  • Heads of People & Culture  
  • People and Capability Managers
  • HR Advisors 
  • HR Business Partners  
  • Employment Relations managers  
  • People & Performance managers 
  • Heads of Talent Management
  • Senior operational management 
...From cross industry and Government organisations
 
 

Reasons to Attend:

  • Cover all key employment law/ HR risk topics and legislative updates 
  • Receive practical advice and insights, clear and informative take-aways
  • Hear from and engage with expert and approachable presenters
  • Gain clarity on managing your key HR risk issues, and reducing liabilities
  • Refresh your approaches to employment relations - adopt the right HR processes
  • Reduce the impact of contentious situations at your workplace
  • Review case law references and lessons learned
  • Real learning outcomes and a workbook for easy reference when back in the office 
 

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