Out of hours do matter

Date - 08 November 2018
Venue - Bartier Perry

Seminar and Live Webcast

Workplace and community expectations have dramatically shifted since the day we were told that two colleagues having a punch up in a hotel room did not provide a valid reason for dismissal.

Do employers have a valid interest in policing out of hours views and behaviours in the interest of ensuring workplace cohesion and brand protection?

Out of hours conduct can be a legitimate concern for employers.  Though, there are limits.  In this presentation we look at:

  • when can an employer take a legitimate interest in the out of hours conduct of its employees

  • different approaches in difficult jurisdictions

  • social media and the existence of any "freedom of speech"

  • striking the balance between maintaining standards at work and respecting an individual's privacy.

Please feel free to extend this invitation to your colleagues where appropriate.


Time

8.00 AM Registration & breakfast
8.30 AM Presentation
9.30 AM Event concludes


Venue

Bartier Perry - Level 10, 77 Castlereagh Street, Sydney OR you can watch the live webcast from your computer


Cost

Free of charge


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By 1 November unless the event is booked prior.  Please advise if you will be attending the seminar or watching the live webcast.

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