Webinar replay: Workplace Relations: Managing Ill and Injured Workers - 24 September 2020

Webinar Replay


If you would like a PDF copy of the presentation slides used in this webinar, please email presenters Ben Tallboys and Morgan Smithe.

In this live webinar, Ben Tallboys, Principal, and Morgan Smithe, Lawyer in the Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety team will provided an overview of key issues relating to ill and injured workers in the workplace. This webinar will support decision-makers managing ill and injured workers by balancing a desire to be compassionate against the obligation to act in the best interests of the organisation, including by managing workflows and ensuring leave entitlements are used appropriately.

The discussion covered:

  • Seeking clarity regarding capacity issues during the recruitment process
  • Addressing capacity concerns in the workplace
  • Dealing with suspicious leave requests Conduct and performance issues when an employee discloses a mental health issue


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