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Employment Law and Unfair Dismissal

Effective management of employment and industrial issues is critical to the success of your business.

In today's highly competitive business environment, employer's need to be aware of the complex legislation and regulations governing their relationship with their employee. Our employment law team is experienced in providing practical and effective advice to employers in the following areas:

  • Entering into employment relationships/agreements;
  • Ongoing monitoring of the relationship, reviews and disciplinary processes as well as adapting to legislative changes;
  • Dealing with disciplinary matters and personal grievances raised by employees;

It is our experience that many employers pay a high price when failing to appreciate their obligations or obtain competent advice resulting in them failing to adopt the correct procedures when dealing with disciplinary matters or termination of employment relationships.

How Can Our Employment Lawyers Assist You?

iLaw Barristers and Solicitors are able to assist with the following aspects of employment law:

  • Awards and Agreements
  • Bonus Payments and Incentives
  • Breaches of Contract
  • Bullying and Harassment
  • Change of Control
  • Contracts for Service
  • Discrimination Laws
  • Employment Contract drafting & advice
  • Employment Obligations
  • Employment Relationships
  • Individual Rights and Obligations
  • Misrepresentation
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Redundancy
  • Restraints of Trade
  • Risk Management Advice and Strategies
  • Termination of Employment
  • Unfair Employment Practices

Employees:

We have a wealth of experience on advising employees of their legal rights and options throughout all stages of the employment relationship, including commencement (employment agreements), disputes arising during the employment relationship and the prospect of personal grievances arising from disciplinary action, harassment and unjustified dismissal and/or redundancy.

Please contact us to speak with one of our Employment lawyers today. You can also send through your enquiry online now and we will contact you shortly.