Webinar Page HEADER - Redundancy

Member webinar


How to get it right

Past Event | Wednesday 22 May 2024

Redundancies and restructuring in a business are complex processes that often arise from significant changes within the organisation. When managed effectively, they can serve as a powerful tool in the evolution of change management. However, mishandling these processes without proper planning and communication can quickly disrupt the culture of a business and expose it to potential legal risks, including unfair dismissal claims.

As a valued member of Business NSW, we are committed to supporting you in navigating this process effectively.

We are pleased to present to you our member webinar, Redundancy: How to get it right, in partnership with Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors.

We believe this session will provide valuable insights and guidance for you and your business.


By watching this webinar you will:

  • Identify if redundancy is the right solution for your business
  • Manage legal risks effectively throughout the process
  • Support and manage the employees impacted by the changes
  • Avoid common pitfalls and mistakes during the redundancy process


Join us for this exclusive member webinar to gain invaluable insights to enhance your redundancy strategies.

Kate Thomson

Kate Thomson

Associate Director | Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

Kate is a specialist in workplace relations, employment, and industrial relations law at Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors. With more than ten years of experience in this area, Kate is equipped to guide you through the important considerations when dealing with redundancy in your business.

The statements, analysis, opinions and conclusions expressed in this Member Briefing presentation and any related written materials (collectively, the Briefing Materials) do not necessarily represent the views of BusinessNSW. BusinessNSW expressly disclaims any and all liability arising from or in connection with the access to, participation in, or use of the Briefing Materials by you or any other person. Any advice provided as part of the Briefing Materials is general in nature and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or specific needs.