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Seminar | Shopov Giourgas Lawyers - Section 18

Seminar | Shopov Giourgas Lawyers - Section 18

Seminar | Shopov Giourgas Lawyers - Section 18

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Wednesday 9 August 2023 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm

SISA Head Office Level 1/170 Greenhill Road Parkside SA 5063

Online live stream is available for SISA Members: Watch here

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The “grouping” of companies is recognised as a convenient way of registering members of a group of related corporate bodies or local government corporations under section 129 of the Return to Work Act. By definition under section 129(15) body corporates are related if they are related corporations by virtue of section 50 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).

Grouping can also apply to registered employers under section 145 of the Act

The proposed amendments to section 18 of the Return to Work Amendment Act now focuses attention on “grouping” in so far as the proposed clause18(5c) extends the obligation to provide suitable employment to members of a group of self-insured employers or the Crown or agency or instrumentality of the Crown.

What does this mean for employers who are grouped?

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