Industrial Relations Lawyers
At HHG, our industrial relations lawyers in Perth can cost-effectively assist you in resolving your workplace issues, help you to strengthen your position, or negotiate on your behalf in order to achieve the best outcome possible.
As highly experienced industrial relations lawyers, we understand that legal disputes regarding employees can cause significant loss to a business, if not handled correctly. When you require a lawyer, HHG Legal Group will assign an experienced employment and workplace lawyer who will work closely with you in order to resolve the issue.
With an emphasis on dispute resolution and practical problem solving, our approach is to take the time to understand your business and then determine the best course of action for you. At HHG Legal Group, we know the importance of having experienced and knowledgeable industrial relations lawyer on your side, and the difference it can make to your position.
CONTACT OUR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS LAWYERS
Whether it’s a workplace policy dispute, redundancy, compliance with National Employment Standards (NES) and fair work regulations, an unfair dismissal case or other termination claim, bullying or harassment claim, dispute about entitlements or anything else, we can help. Our employment lawyers are located in Perth, Mandurah, Joondalup and Albany so we are always close by. Contact our team today to discuss your situation.
Our industrial relations lawyers offer pragmatic advice that considers workplace issues including, but not limited to, the following:
- WA Jurisdictional Issues
- Workplace Bullying
- Industrial Relations
- Health and Safety Issues
- Good Faith Bargaining Pay and Leave Issues
- NES (National Employment Standards)
- Restructuring and Redundancies
- Employment, Contractor & Consultancy Agreements
- Modern Awards and Enterprise Agreements (EAs)
- Obligations under Fair Work Act 2009 and state litigation
- ‘Adverse Action’ Claims
- Workplace Policies
- Unfair and Unlawful Dismissals
- Civil Remedies and Litigation processes