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    CBCC BRAVE Workshop - Law

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    The Brave Project, spearheaded by The Canterbury of Bankstown Chamber of Commerce (CBCC), is a community-driven initiative providing essential wrap-around skills and opportunities aimed at South-West and Western Sydney CALD women who want to return to work. In this Workshop, you'll be covering legal rights and entitlements of employees returning to work, as well as legal considerations for employees dealing with staff returning to work.

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    🔍 Gain access to invaluable resources, personalised assistance, and exclusive networking opportunities tailored to your business needs.

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    Date: July 15th, 2024
    Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Location: Bankstown RSL

    Light refreshments will be provided to guests.


    When employees return to work, whether it's after a temporary absence, such as a medical leave or parental leave, or after a significant event like a pandemic-related shutdown, several legal rights and entitlements may come into play. It's essential for both employers and employees to be aware of these rights and entitlements and to communicate openly to ensure a smooth transition back to work. Additionally, consulting with legal professionals or HR specialists can provide further guidance tailored to specific circumstances and jurisdictions.

    About the Facilitator:

    Antoinette Khalil, Principal solicitor of Khalil Lawyers and Chair of the Entrepreneurs Committee for the CBCC. Antoinette has completed her Masters in Applied Law (Family Law) and is passionate about inspiring others to pursue their career aspirations whilst fulfilling their parenting roles as she herself is a loving mother to her 3 children.



    Sasi Virtanen

    I am a Human Resources Business Partner, with extensive experience in strategic human resource management, Employee Relations, HR policies, Performance management, Recruitment, and Payroll. I have a Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) from Charles Sturt University, and have a keen interest in continuous learning.
    I am passionate about working with clients to identify barriers to success, and utilising my strong business acumen and problem solving skills to develop strategic HR solutions. I have a strategic approach to Human Resources, and always look for ways to support my clients’ strategic goals in innovative ways, whilst promoting HR best practice.


    • What are the legal rights and entitlements of employees returning to work from:
      1. Maternity Leave
      2. Injury
    • Legal considerations for Employers dealing with staff returning to work.

    For inquiries and further information, please contact Wally at 0416 012 747.


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