As part of our Corporate Alliance Partnership with the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), we were delighted to host The New Playing Field for Casual Employees webinar.

The new statutory definition of ‘casual’ employment in the Fair Work Act comes with a new regime for dealing with casuals.

Presented by Madgwicks Special Counsel Tim Greenall and Special Counsel Diana Diaz, this practical seminar covered:

  • The new statutory definition of casual employment
  • Relief from liability for underpayment claims and when it will apply
  • Casual conversion
  • Disputes about conversion
  • The new Casual Employment Information Statement
  • Applications to vary enterprise agreements
  • Variations to modern awards

Listen to the webinar here.

About the Author

Diana Diaz

Special Counsel
With practical in-house experience and the ability to provide concise, commercial advice, Diana is a Workplace Relations and Employment expert. Diana has extensive experience in bargaining and enterprise agreement making, managing workplace change and restructuring, terminations, disputes, workplace investigations, HR training and policies, remuneration and benefits and business protection issues. Diana also regularly advises clients […]

Tim Greenall

Special Counsel
Commercially savvy with over 30 years of experience, Tim provides pragmatic employment advice to his clients.

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