Long-term injured workers can present a challenge to an organisation, including managing rehabilitation plans and the impact on co-workers. Further, facing the difficult decision to terminate employment can raise many legal risks.
This training course covers:
- The obligations of a business to long-term injured workers
- Legal risks involved in termination of a long-term injured worker
- Practical strategies for minimising legal risk.
Training Course Duration
Injured workers create a myriad of legal risk, particularly when it reaches the point of terminating their employment. Understanding the risks and how to mitigate them will assist in managing a smooth process for all involved.
After this training course participants should be able to:
- Explain the responsibilities and risks involved with managing an injured worker
- Explain the importance of defining the Inherent Requirements of the Job for a position
- Explain the importance of pre-employment screening in addition to medical checks
- Discuss why, when and how to conduct assessments of capacity
- Discuss how to avoid a successful discrimination, general protections or unfair dismissal claim relating to a long term injured worker
- Implement practices to minimise the legal and other risks involved when managing a long term injured worker.
This training course is developed and delivered by leading workplace lawyers.
We use handouts, case studies and allow time for questions and problem solving to ensure participants gain practical knowledge.