Erin Kidd
  • Central Coast and Sydney, NSW
  • Australia
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What would you like to share about yourself?
Working in the area of employment law, I advise senior management, in-house counsel and human resources personnel on all aspects of the employment relationship. Having university qualifications in law, human resources management and industrial relations, I understand the complexities of people management and provide practical advice to help my clients achieve their desired commercial outcomes.

I act for private and government clients and have worked with clients in a number of industries, including financial services, manufacturing, mining, advertising, education, health, media and entertainment, private equity, engineering services, consumer goods, retail, hospitality, construction and infrastructure, property development and resources.

Located in Sydney and the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Available to assist all employers with workers in Australia.
Company website/blog
http://https://mccabecurwood.com.au/people/erin-kidd/
Personal blog
http://https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-kidd/
How many employees in your company?
200-499
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
I enjoy working with my clients on strategic employment related matters and disputes, as well as day-to-day human resources issues.
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking

Erin Kidd's Blog

Two-timing employees: When can you prevent an employee from moonlighting?

Posted on November 16, 2020 at 8:35 0 Comments

These days, it seems like every second person you speak to has a "side hustle". They're driving a ride share vehicle, selling essential oils, skincare or make-up, have an artisan stall at the local markets or online, create and deliver Instagram worthy share platters, provide graphic design services, or take photographs of newborn babies. The gig economy has made these means of secondary income accessible to the masses via social media and other online…

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Preparing for redundancies as JobKeeper payments reduce

Posted on October 20, 2020 at 13:58 0 Comments

With JobKeeper 1.0 having recently ended, many businesses are now looking at their staffing levels and labour costs.  While letting staff go is never easy, during the midst of this global pandemic it may be necessary for many businesses trying to stay afloat.  If you are in the unfortunate position of having to make an employee redundant, being alert to the legal requirements for a redundancy is the first step to avoiding a claim.

Sunday, 27 September 2020 marked the final day of the…

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A blog post by Erin Kidd was featured

Two-timing employees: When can you prevent an employee from moonlighting?

These days, it seems like every second person you speak to has a "side hustle". They're driving a ride share vehicle, selling essential oils, skincare or make-up, have an artisan stall at the local markets or online, create and deliver Instagram worthy share platters, provide graphic design services, or take photographs of newborn babies. The gig economy has made these means of secondary income accessible to the masses via social media and other online platforms. Gone seem to be the days of bar…See More
Nov 19
Erin Kidd posted a blog post

Two-timing employees: When can you prevent an employee from moonlighting?

These days, it seems like every second person you speak to has a "side hustle". They're driving a ride share vehicle, selling essential oils, skincare or make-up, have an artisan stall at the local markets or online, create and deliver Instagram worthy share platters, provide graphic design services, or take photographs of newborn babies. The gig economy has made these means of secondary income accessible to the masses via social media and other online platforms. Gone seem to be the days of bar…See More
Nov 16
A blog post by Erin Kidd was featured

Preparing for redundancies as JobKeeper payments reduce

With JobKeeper 1.0 having recently ended, many businesses are now looking at their staffing levels and labour costs.  While letting staff go is never easy, during the midst of this global pandemic it may be necessary for many businesses trying to stay afloat.  If you are in the unfortunate position of having to make an employee redundant, being alert to the legal requirements for a redundancy is the first step to avoiding a claim.Sunday, 27 September 2020 marked the final day of the Federal…See More
Oct 22
Erin Kidd posted a blog post

Preparing for redundancies as JobKeeper payments reduce

With JobKeeper 1.0 having recently ended, many businesses are now looking at their staffing levels and labour costs.  While letting staff go is never easy, during the midst of this global pandemic it may be necessary for many businesses trying to stay afloat.  If you are in the unfortunate position of having to make an employee redundant, being alert to the legal requirements for a redundancy is the first step to avoiding a claim.Sunday, 27 September 2020 marked the final day of the Federal…See More
Oct 20
 
 
 

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