Webinar

Getting back to business

9 September 2021

Vaccine effectiveness and incentivising employees to get vaccinated.

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Hear from Kyle Scott, Director at Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors and Australia's leading vaccine researcher, Professor Sarah Palmer from The Westmead Institute for Medical Research as they discuss vaccine updates and guidelines for employers seeking to incentivise COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace.

In this session we explore:

  • How vaccinations work and protect you and those around you and the risks associated with vaccination.
  • How important is workforce vaccination for employers?
  • How can employers encourage vaccination among employees?
Professor Sarah Palmer

Professor Sarah Palmer

Co-director of the Centre for Virus Research | The Westmead Institute for Medical Research

Sarah is also the Professor in the Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney School of Medicine. Prior to taking up this position in early 2013, she was a Senior Researcher at the Swedish Institute for Communicable Disease Control and Karolinska Institutet in Stockhom.

Kyle Scott

Kyle Scott

Director | Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

Kyle manages complex workplace issues, providing pragmatic and commercially focussed advice that allows businesses to mitigate risks and make informed decisions. As a sought after speaker on a wide variety of workplace law topics, he regularly presents to industry forums.

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