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Kim Hodge

Kim Hodge was admitted to legal practice in 2002 and holds a Bachelor of Laws from Murdoch University and a Bachelor of Economics from UWA. Over the past twenty years, Kim has worked in the area of employee relations at a national law firm, a global resources company and the WA State Government. He specialises in industrial relations, human resources and workplace investigations. A skilled employment law practitioner, Kim assists clients across a diverse range of industries including the mining and resource sector, engineering, essential service utilities, non-for profits and the WA State Government. Kim provides advice that is timely, honest, professional and pragmatic. Wherever possible he believes in exploring alternative solutions in order to provide the best outcome for clients. 

"A fundamental failure of leadership"

In the past week both the co-founder and CEO of Uber, Mr Travis Kalanick and the CEO of WA’s Child and Adolescent Health Service have vacated their roles following damning independent workplace invest

What does a leprechaun's pot of gold and a unfair dismissal have in common?

When people are fired in this post-mining boom economy they now invariably want their job back, or at least a large compensation payout – something akin to a Leprechaun’s pot of gold.

Don't be too quick to dismiss

When it comes to employee misconduct, employers are often caught up in the emotion and quick to infer guilt.

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Last Book read: 'How to be Great' by James Adonis

Favourite Quotation: Quality means doing it right when no one is looking" - Henry Ford

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"A fundamental failure of leadership"

In the past week both the co-founder and CEO of Uber, Mr Travis Kalanick and the CEO of WA’s Child and Adolescent Health Service have vacated their roles following damning independent workplace invest

What does a leprechaun's pot of gold and a unfair dismissal have in common?

When people are fired in this post-mining boom economy they now invariably want their job back, or at least a large compensation payout – something akin to a Leprechaun’s pot of gold.

Don't be too quick to dismiss

When it comes to employee misconduct, employers are often caught up in the emotion and quick to infer guilt.