Workplace Law Webinar Series 2022

Join Lane Neave’s three Employment Law Partners Fiona McMillan (Auckland), Andy Bell (Wellington), Andrew Shaw (Christchurch) and members of their team in this webinar series.

Keeping up with the many and varied changes in Employment Law over the past two years has been a challenge for employers and employees alike. Over the coming months, our team of experts will be sharing their knowledge and answering your questions on a variety of workplace law topics in a series of free webinars.


Employment Relations Fundamentals for Junior HR Practitioners
Wednesday 23 March, 11am-12pm

Aimed at those who are new to managing people, to the hr profession or those who are wanting a refresher, this webinar will cover some of the ER basics such as employment agreements, record keeping, managing changes to the employment relationship and absenteeism.

Friday 8 April, 11am-12pm

This session will be a good reminder about when an investigation is required, who should undertake the investigation, how to conduct an investigation and some of the common pitfalls when undertaking an investigation.

Ending the Employment Relationship
Thursday 5 May, 11am-12pm

Ending an employment relationship requires consulting with the employee concerned, but the process can look a little different depending on why you are looking to terminate. This webinar will give an overview of the termination process for performance management/misconduct, serious misconduct, restructuring and medical incapacity.


And please also keep an eye out over coming months for two other pre-recorded webinars that you can view at your own leisure:

Covid-19 and the Employment Law and Health and Safety Lessons over the last 2 years
This webinar will look at everything we have learnt over the last 2 years in relation to wage subsidies, restructurings and health and safety.

Restorative Processes
A session that focuses on how to reintegrate a team member that has stumbled. We look at how to get the best results where a disciplinary event or complaint will impact a team’s dynamics and performance.

Meet the team that makes
things simple.

Andrew Shaw
Fiona McMillan
Andy Bell

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