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Unpacking the fraught topic of vaccine mandates with Shana Shreier-Joffe

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Today on the Take on Board podcast, Helga is speaking with Shana Shreier-Joffe about a hot topic in many boardrooms at the moment - mandatory vaccination in the workplace.
Shana has over 20 years’ experience as an employment and industrial lawyer. She began her career as a barrister in South Africa and has a Masters in Law from Cambridge University.
Shana’s clients include numerous publicly listed and international clients. She is the trusted advisor for all employment related matters for her corporate and government clients.
Shana believes in preventative law and is a frequent blogger on employment law topics, has written numerous articles that have been widely published and presents at a wide variety of seminars and provides in-house training on all aspects of employment law.
Shana was also recognised as a leading lawyer in her field by being nominated as a finalist for the Lawyers Weekly Employment Law Partner of the Year in 2019. Her team was nominated as a finalist for the Employment Law Team of the Year in 2020.
Contact Shana or find out more about her:https://www.keypointlaw.com.au/lawyers/shana-schreier-joffe/https://www.linkedin.com/in/shana-schreier-joffe-b742b07/
Resources mentioned in this episode:Keypoint Law: https://www.keypointlaw.com.au/Safe Work Australia: https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/national-safe-work-monthCan employers force employees to be COVID-19 vaccinated? https://www.keypointlaw.com.au/keynotes/can-employers-force-employees-to-be-covid-19-vaccinated-2/
FOR MORE TAKE ON BOARD INFORMATION:Join the Take on Board community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TakeOnBoard/Follow along on Twitter: @TakeOnBoardFor more information about Helga Svendsen: https://www.helgasvendsen.com.au/Interested in working with Helga? https://www.helgasvendsen.com.au/workwithmeContact Helga: [email protected]

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