Secure yourself as a freelancer
29 August 2019
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Academy Xi, Level 3/45 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000
As the gig economy continues its rapid growth in Australia and across the world, an increasing number of businesses are turning to freelancers to complete a range of tasks. The Australian Industry Group found that over one third of Australians were engaged in some form of freelance work over the past year.
The most in-demand freelance jobs cut across a variety of different skill sets, including: mobile and software development, graphic design, excel data entry, copywriting and proofreading. Yet, one thing almost all freelancers have in common is a need for more clarity around their legal obligations.
At our event Secure Yourself as a Freelancer, we’ll explore:
- How to determine if you are an independent contractor
- What your legal obligations are as a freelancer
- Whether you should have a formal contract, and if so, what it should include
- Common tips and traps of freelance work
Commercial and Litigation Lawyer from Peer Legal
Peter Moran is an experienced commercial and litigation lawyer focused on advising and acting for Australian and international corporate clients. He is an accredited Business Law specialist and is heavily involved in the Law Institute of Victoria. In 2017, Peter founded the law firm Peer Legal and also the legal managed services business, Steward.
Managing Associate at Peer Legal
Natasha provides strategic and commercial advice to human resources professionals and businesses on management practices, performance management, disciplinary processes and general workplace relations matters. She prides herself on getting to know her clients and their businesses closely and assisting them with achieving their commercial and operational goals. Natasha provides real solutions to both legal and non-legal employment-related conflicts.
Dates and fees
29 August 2019
6:00 pm ~ 7:30 pm
Level 3/45 Exhibition St,
Melbourne VIC 3000