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This webinar was presented as part of our 2022 Small Business Webinar Series.
Our Small Business Webinar series was designed around common issues identified by our lawyers in 2022, as a series of bite-sized, easy-to-understand educational sessions to help busy small businesses understand their obligations to their workers.
Have you heard about the Federal Government’s changes to domestic and violence leave?
Do you know what your obligations will be as a small business?
Do you know how to handle a disclosure of domestic violence from one of your staff?
This webinar provides you with information about the changes to legislation, your obligations, and how to manage disclosures of domestic and family violence and best support your employees.
This webinar was the third in the Series, and was presented on 1 December 2022. Information was current as of that date.
Please note that this is general information and may not be relevant to your particular matter. This should not be taken as legal advice.
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