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New Workplace Laws
Join Stephen Schoninger, Head of Employment & Workplace as he unpacks the recent changes to workplace laws and the potential impact on your business.

You’ll gain insights on:
- Respect at Work legislation
- Secure Jobs, Better Pay legislation
- Meeting your practice obligations
- What is now law and other laws that come into effect in 2023

If you have any questions that you would like addressed during the webinar, please submit them in the below registration form.

Date: Wednesday, 8 February 2023
Time: 7pm (Sydney time)
Duration: 60 minutes

If you cannot join us at the live event, a recording will be made available on the Avant Law website www.avantlaw.com.au at a later date.

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Feb 8, 2023 07:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Stephen Schoninger
Partner - Head of Employment & Workplace @Avant Law
Stephen leads the employment and workplace law practice at Avant Law, based in Sydney. ‍ Stephen has over 18 years’ experience practising exclusively in employment, industrial relations and discrimination laws. Stephen is called on for his ability to plainly advise on and pragmatically apply legal principles to manage and resolve complex issues arising in the workplace. ‍ Stephen advises employers and employees in the private and public sectors on all areas of workplace law and is an experienced litigator of work-related claims. Stephen also conducts workplace investigations and delivers workplace compliance training. He regularly presents seminars on topical employment and workplace law issues.