With more than 2 million businesses and governmental agencies currently employing nearly 12 million Australians, many workplace issues such as interpretation of enterprise agreements and employment contracts, compliance with minimum conditions, unfair dismissal claims and restructuring and redundancy touch almost every business and employee in Australia.
For many, it may be daunting to negotiate through the maze of employment laws at both state and federal levels.
At Robertson Hayles Lawyers, our employment lawyers provide legal advice and representation in all employment related matters to both employers and employees.
We aim to provide you with clear and practical legal advice about the law and procedure to assist you to make informed decisions about your employment matters. Our goal is to assist you to reach a resolution to your satisfaction and where possible avoiding litigation. Where required, our workplace lawyers have the knowledge and experience to pursue any employment dispute to a hearing and provide you with effective representation in court or before an administrative tribunal.
In our legal practice, our guiding principle is to provide our clients with good quality legal service at affordable rates.
Areas of Practice
Our workplace lawyers have advised corporations, governmental agencies and senior executives in the negotiation of employment contracts and enterprise agreements. They have the knowledge and experience to advise and defend organisations in unfair dismissal and other employment claims. They have also represented employees in all types of employment disputes. Our workplace lawyers appear frequently before state and federal tribunals in unfair dismissal claims.
Our workplace lawyers provide advice and representation in the following areas of employment law:-
- Preparation and interpretation of employment contracts for both senior executive and operational employees
- Enterprise agreements and modern awards
- Restructuring and redundancies
- Restraint of trade in employment contracts
- Protection of employer’s confidential information
- Investigation and performance management of employees
- Occupational health and safety including management of safety incidents, investigations and defending against WorkSafe prosecutions
- Industrial action and applications to the Fair Work Commission or the Federal Court
- Employer and union relationships
- Unfair dismissal
- Discrimination, adverse action and unlawful termination
- Workplace harassment or bullying
- Underpayment of wages and entitlements
Call Robertson Hayles Lawyers at (08) 9325 1700 today to arrange an appointment with an experienced Employment Lawyer to discuss your employment law matter.
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