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Are you paying your staff correctly? In this webinar Abbey Burns, Senior Associate at ACSA National Partner Russell Kennedy Lawyers will help you to ensure you are preventing underpayments. Abby will cover:

  • Federal underpayment laws
  • Common underpayment issues for aged care providers
  • Record keeping requirements
  • Non-compliance and penalties
  • Potential criminal consequences including a discussion of Victoria’s Wage Theft Act 2020

Abbey Burns, Senior Associate at Russell Kennedy Lawyers

Abbey has been with Russell Kennedy Lawyers for over 8 years and specialises in workplace relations, employment and safety. Abbey frequently advises clients in the aged care industry regarding all aspects of the employment relationship including employment entitlements, interpreting and drafting contracts, polices and enterprise agreements, advising on disciplinary and performance matters, restructures and the termination of employment. She also represents clients in conciliations before the Fair Work Commission, courts and tribunals in relation to unfair dismissal, general protections, discrimination and breach of contract claims.

Date: Wednesday 28 October 2020

12.00pm – 1.00pm AEDT (NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS)
11.00am – 12.00pm AEST (QLD)
11.30am – 12:30pm ACDT (SA)
10.30am – 11:30am ACST (NT)
9.00am – 10:00am AWST (WA)

Free of charge for ACSA members
$55.00 incl GST for Non-Members

Thank you to our Sponsor Russell Kennedy Lawyers

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Webinar: Underpayments and Wage Theft: What Providers Need to Know

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