Expert Employment law advice
Employment law in Australia has seen significant reform in recent years. Staying on top of all the changes can be a daunting task for both employees and employers.
Unlike most law firms that practice in this area of the law, Andersons Solicitors are proud to provide advice and representation to both employees and employers. We pride ourselves on providing practical, accessible, and accurate advice about the rights and responsibilities of both workers and employers.
Legal advice for employees
Whether you're an employee, a contractor or sub-contractor, employed under an Award, covered by an enterprise bargaining agreement or you have a contract of employment in place, it's important that you get the right advice early if you think your rights and entitlements are not being met.
Legal advice for employers
If you are an employer who wants to do the right thing by your employees and comply with the law when dismissing or disciplining staff, or just find out whether you are paying your staff correctly, our employment law team would be happy to assist.
Our Employment Law team specialise in:
- Breach of Workplace Rights
- Enterprise Bargaining
- Underpayment of Wages and Awards Compliance
- Rights of Entry
- Unfair Dismissal
- Workplace Bullying
- Workplace Discrimination
- Work Health and Safety Law
- Employer Legal Advice
How can we help? Contact Andersons Solicitors today.
Our employment law team
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With the summer months now upon us, its important that you and your workplace are well equipped to face hot conditions. If you do suffer an injury as a result of heat exposure, you may be entitled to lodge a claim for workers compensation.
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