The Life Cycle of Employment – from Hiring to Firing and everything in between

Business Development stream

In this practical and informative session, Michael will guide delegates through each of the inevitable stages of the life cycle of employment. This comprehensive "how to" guide will serve as a convenient check-list that details the essential steps all tourism employers should take to reduce the legal and operational risks associated with employment. Critical stages in the life cycle to be addressed include the screening of potential employees, making an offer, the employment contract, entitlements and salary, the probationary review, ongoing performance management and reviews, and what to do when employment inevitably comes to an end (and for differing reasons).
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Michael Kay

Partner/ Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety | Wallmans Lawyers
Michael Kay

Michael heads our specialist workplace relations, employment and safety practice. The practice has both a litigious and advisory focus. Michael has a significant client base, acting for employers in both the public and private sectors across Australia and internationally. As a result of his significant expertise, Michael has been recognised in the prestigious Best Lawyers Australia list which identifies the nation’s outstanding legal talent.

Michael provides clients with day-to-day advice in relation to all aspects of workplace relations and employment management, including the review or preparation of enterprise agreements, contracts of employment and workplace policies and procedures. Michael also provides clients with practical advice and representation in relation to work health and safety, performance management, workplace surveillance, redundancies, workers' compensation, social media, discrimination and claims relating to termination of employment.

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