Our specialist Workplace Law Group has extensive experience in all aspects of workplace relations law. We understand the legal issues relating to recruitment, engagement and termination of employment, as well as the matters that arise both during and after the employment relationship.
Holding Redlich offers our clients practical, accessible, responsive and effective advice, with an emphasis on solutions based strategies and advice, and a focus on dispute resolution rather than litigation. However, when litigation is needed, we have the expertise and experience to run matters in all jurisdictions.
We provide a comprehensive employment and industrial relations service to our clients.
Areas of experience and expertise include:
16 February 2022 - Knowledge
The Fair Work Commission has ruled on an unfair dismissal claim by a veteran senior bank employee who was terminated for serious misconduct after attending a work-related event.
19 January 2022 - Knowledge
The Fair Work Commission has confirmed that an employee’s dismissal for refusing to comply with a Victorian COVID-19 vaccination mandate was not unfair.
29 September 2021 - Knowledge
The Australian Administrative Appeals Tribunal has recently held that a ‘contract’ music teacher was in fact an employee. Therefore, his employer should pay superannuation.
05 May 2021 - Knowledge
The Fair Work Commission has ruled that an employee who disclosed details of a workplace investigation to their partner was unfairly dismissed because a direction to confide only in their lawyer was unreasonable.
23 March 2021 - Knowledge
An appeal of the Federal Court’s landmark decision to award $5.2 million to a dismissed senior executive will be heard by the Full Court in June.