A number of our senior lawyers are named in the Best Lawyers list and our employment team is ranked in Chambers Asia Pacific 2020-2022, which comments: ‘Regularly advises employers across the range of contentious industrial and employee relations matters, including union disputes, restraint of trade matters and workplace harassment. Also able to assist with the employment aspects of restructurings’.
Our leading employment law team offers expertise across all areas of employment and industrial relations law. We are also experienced litigators and advocates, representing clients in all types of employment-related litigation in the Fair Work Commission, anti-discrimination tribunals and the courts.
With six dedicated employment partners and a wealth of talent across our national team, we provide practical, commercial advice and strategic solutions to our clients. We partner with our clients to protect their interests, deliver their workplace strategies and, when the need arises, defend them from employment-related claims.
Our team is experienced in handling sensitive, high-profile matters where reputation is paramount. We manage these cases with care and with the high level of service for which we are known.
We advise on:
- discrimination and equal opportunity;
- industrial relations;
- migration services;
- restraints of trade, employment claims and transfer of business issues; and
- work, health and safety.
We serve public and private organisations that are based locally or offshore with Australian interests. They operate in a range of industries, including manufacturing, banking and financial services, insurance, education, mining, aged care, retail, film and television, storage and distribution, construction, recruitment, agribusiness, information technology, horticulture and transport.
Employment & Workplace Relations| 06 Jul 2022
In our first edition of Employment Extra, we examine the increases to the minimum wage and superannuation contribution rate, and more.
Employment & Workplace Relations| 04 Jul 2022
New amendments to the Subclass 485 (Temporary Graduate) visa will make it easier for international students to extend their stay after their studies.
Employment & Workplace Relations| 01 Jul 2022
‘Enough is Enough’ – WA Parliamentary Inquiry report calls for extensive action to address sexual harassment in WA FIFO industry
There will be a push for fundamental changes following the handing down of a WA Parliamentary Inquiry report into sexual harassment against women in the fly-in fly-out (FIFO) mining industry.
Employment & Workplace Relations| 15 Jun 2022
The National Minimum Wage is set to increase by 5.2%, as published by The Fair Work Commission. We comment on what the changes will mean for employers.