Casualisation of Work in the Gig Economy: Lunch Bites Q&A

18 Sep 2018

Economy

Murfett Legal's Lunch Bites series kicks off with an exploration of the workplace issues arising from the 'on-demand' or 'gig economy' in WA.

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Join Carla Vinciullo, Partner - Employment and Workplace Relations at Murfett Legal, as we explore the key issues with examples and case studies that will ensure a lively discussion and interesting Q&A.

This is your opportunity to get your issues addressed. If you have a specific question email Carla.

Tue. 23 October 2018 from 12:00 - 2.00 pm

Who would benefit from attending? 
Employers, CEO's, General Managers, HR Directors, People and Culture Managers, COO's and Business Owners.

Challenges, risks and rewards stem from the development of online work platforms and the transformation of a workforce from one employed chiefly on permanent contracts to one increasingly engaged on a short-term or temporary basis.

Increasingly, businesses are utilising freelancers, casuals, contractors, interns and consultants to build a nimble and responsive workforce, avoiding extensive employee payroll and minimising other costs associated with permanent employees. However, what are the risks and legal issues that need to be understood? What are the benefits and rewards of doing this casual engagement within the highly regulated legislative framework?

About Carla Vinciullo - Partner, Employment and Workplace Relations Murfett Legal

Carla heads up the Employment and Workplace Relations practice area for Murfett Legal. For more than ten years, she has advised clients across a range of industries, from small businesses to multinationals, with respect to their employment, human resources, workplace, industrial relations and occupational safety and health needs. An accomplished advocate, Carla frequently appears as counsel in employment and workplace relations matters, including in the Fair Work Commission, Western Australian Industrial relations Commission, the Federal Circuit Court and the Federal Court. In 2011 she was seconded to assist a major Australian airline in a watershed industrial disputation with multiple unions. In 2015, she was seconded to a global engineering company to provide in-house employment and industrial relations advice.

Specific questions or need for in-house training?

Can't make it to the lunch or you have a large team who would benefit from focused training on these topics? Email Carla. with your questions and she will endeavour to respond to you as soon as possible or provide a quote for tailored training. Ask Carla for details and fees for our onsite seminars and workshops.

E> Carla.Vinciullo@murfett.com.au  T> +61 8 9388 3100

LOCATION - Murfett Legal - Level 2, 111 Wellington Street, East Perth, WA 6004
A light lunch will be provided. Bookings are essential for catering purposes.  Numbers are limited so be quick to secure your place.

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