22 Feb 2023

What to know about the new Psychosocial Code of Practice

Recent reforms in a number of States and Territories mean employers are now required to explicitly manage psychosocial risks, which entails evaluating not only the physical work environment but also the psychological and social context within the workplace. Join Shae McCartney and Hilary Searing (partners in our Employment and Safety practice) for a discussion on what you need to know, and the practical steps you can take to mitigate these risks.

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