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Our specialist Workplace Relations Group has extensive experience acting for employers in both the public and private sector and across a range of industries.  We understand the legal risks associated with human resource management.

We offer our clients:

  • practical, accessible, responsive and effective advice
  • an emphasis on identifying and devising strategies to best meet our their objectives
  • a focus on preventative measures and dispute resolution rather than litigation.

Legal expertise:

  • drafting employment contracts, workplace policies and other guidelines
  • advising and acting on the implementation of industrial strategies, including implementation of workplace agreements
  • advising on disciplinary processes and workplace investigations
  • advising on termination of employment issues and procedures, including, for senior executives, in respect of options, bonus entitlements, directorships and public announcements
  • defending unfair dismissal and wrongful termination proceedings
  • advising on the implementation of and acting in proceedings concerning the enforcement of confidentiality and non-compete provisions
  • advising employers in respect of unlawful discrimination, unlawful termination, harassment and bullying complaints and acting in proceedings in respect of these complaints
  • advising in respect of transmission of business issues
  • advising employers in respect of employer sponsored migration (457 visa scheme) including application for approval as a standard business sponsor, visa applications and advising on employer compliance issues

Our experience:

  • Drafting employment agreements, implementing remuneration strategies for senior executives and advising on relevant Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) issues for a national natural gas infrastructure organisation
  • Drafting various employment documents for a national business including template Executive Services Agreement together with “shadow” equity structures
  • Drafting standard employment contracts, dealing with industry standards and award entitlements for a national radio network
  • Defending unfair dismissal proceedings for a national postal organisation and responding to sexual harassment and sex discrimination complaints in the Australian Human Rights Commission
  • Advising a peak film body on the negotiation of an enterprise agreement including advising on the requirements of the Commonwealth Government and liaising with DEEWR regarding the Bargaining Framework
  • Undertaking investigations into bullying complaints and defending proceedings alleging disability discrimination for a statutory agency
  • Advising a national outdoor advertising organisation on a suspected breach of restraints of trade and confidentiality obligations by former employees


Key People

Charles Power | Melbourne
Benjamin Marshall | Melbourne 
Stephen Trew
| Sydney
Michael Selinger
| Sydney
Rachel Drew | Brisbane

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