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Andrew Douglas, Principal, Employment + Industrial Relations, M+K Lawyers
LLB (Hons), Graduate Diploma of Corporations and Security Law, (Hon) FSIA
"Employee Information and Privacy Legislation: Employer and Worker Rights"
Federal and State legislation controls and punishes the use and misuse of workers' private information. At the same time, the legislation imposes obligations upon employers, in the management of workers, that requires the collection, use and management of workers' private information.
- what your obligations are
- how to manage those obligations safely and strategically
- what you can do
- and what you can't do
Andrew Douglas is a Principal in the Workplace Relations team at M+K Lawyers. He is the Co-Editor in Chief of the OHS Handbook, a national OHS loose leaf service for OHS practitioners and small to medium size enterprises, and writes on workplace law issues such as industrial relations, employment law, OHS, equal opportunity, privacy, surveillance and workers' compensation for both print and electronic media.
Andrew is also a National Director of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards and Chairman of Awards Victoria, and is an Honorary Fellow of the Safety Institute of Australia. Andrew guest lectures at the University of Victoria and VIOSH and speaks at various seminars and conferences, as well as provides training, in respect of business development, Industrial Relations, Employment and OHS. Andrew's principal areas of practice are in Industrial Relations, Employment, Equal Opportunity and OHS Law - appearing in Courts, Tribunals and Commissions throughout Australia.
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Speaker: Rob Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Polytechnic - Topic: What career options will our young people have? - education in a knowledge economy
Host: CITY OF DAREBIN AND CITY OF WHITTLESEA
- Thursday, December 7, 2017
Host: NORTH Link