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Our regular events keep you up-to-date on the important issues impacting New Zealand business.

Seminars and Events: July - August 2018

2018 Welcome invite2

 

Auckland: Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace

Businesses have a duty to provide a safe workplace, which includes monitoring and responding to mental health issues appropriately. Despite this, bullying and stress claims are on the rise.
 
Dealing with mental health in the workplace is one of the most difficult and sensitive issues for employers, who must balance business interests against the safety and employment obligations they owe to their employees.

Charlotte Parkhill, Partner in the Employment team and Grant Nicholson, Partner in the Health and Safety team, will cover the following in this seminar:

  • Managing stress and mental health issues at work, including termination for medical incapacity;
  • Monitoring the mental wellbeing of your employees: approaches from other jurisdictions;
  • The obligations for businesses from a safety perspective.

Wednesday 25 July 2018 

 

4.00pm

Registration 

4.30pm

Seminar commences

5.30pm

Seminar concludes followed by drinks and nibbles

Location: 18 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland

Lead: Charlotte Parkhill and Grant Nicholson

RSVP here 

 

 

 

Auckland: ILANZ - Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace seminar

Employers have a duty to provide a safe workplace, which includes monitoring and responding to mental health issues appropriately. Despite this, bullying and stress claims are on the rise.
 
Dealing with mental health in the workplace can be a difficult issue for employers, who must balance business interests against their safety and employment obligations and act sensitively and compassionately.     

Join us for this seminar on understanding the legal context for  health and wellbeing in the workplace. We’ll cover:

  • Employment issues relating to health and wellbeing at work, including termination for medical incapacity;
  • Health and safety obligations relating to managing and monitoring fatigue, stress and bullying

Presented by Charlotte Parkhill

Tuesday 31 July 2018 

 

5.00pm

Registration 

5.15pm

Seminar commences

6.00pm

Seminar concludes followed by drinks and nibbles

Location: 18 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland

Lead: Charlotte Parkhill 

RSVP here

NB. You must be an ILANZ member to attend this seminar.

 

 

 

Wellington: Blockchain and Smart contracts - what legal issues do they raise?

Hayley Miller, a Partner in our Technology and Innovation practice, will be hosting a briefing on Blockchain and Smart contracts.
 
We will cover the basics of signatures, keys, hashing and decentralised ledgers. We will then explore some use cases for these technologies and consider some of the legal issues they raise.

Wednesday 1 August 2018 

 

3.00pm

Registration 

3.30pm

Seminar commences

4.30pm

Seminar concludes, followed by drinks and canapés

Location: 89 The Terrace, Level 9, Wellington

Lead: Hayley Miller 

RSVP here

 

 

 

Wellington: ILANZ - Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace seminar

Employers have a duty to provide a safe workplace, which includes monitoring and responding to mental health issues appropriately. Despite this, bullying and stress claims are on the rise.
 
Dealing with mental health in the workplace can be a difficult issue for employers, who must balance business interests against their safety and employment obligations and act sensitively and compassionately.     

Join us for this seminar on understanding the legal context for  health and wellbeing in the workplace. We’ll cover:

  • Employment issues relating to health and wellbeing at work, including termination for medical incapacity;
  • Health and safety obligations relating to managing and monitoring fatigue, stress and bullying

Presented by Greg Cain.

Thursday 6 August 2018 

 

4.00pm

Registration 

4.15pm

Seminar commences

5.00pm

Seminar concludes followed by drinks and nibbles

Location: 89 The Terrace, Wellington

Lead: Greg Cain 

RSVP here

NB. You must be an ILANZ member to attend this seminar.

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