on behalf of the employee
on behalf of the employee
Brydens Lawyers are the experts in employment law. We specialise in a wide range of legal services relating to all aspects of employment which focuses on the relationship between employee and employer.
These may include:
- Reviewing and negotiating terms of employment contracts
- Drafting employment contract for various types of employment (full time, part time, manager role, casual)
- Breach of employment contracts
- Restraint of trade clauses
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO MAKE A CLAIM?
You may be eligible to make a claim under the Fair Work Act 2009 under the general protections.
The general protections are intended to:
- Protect workplace rights
- Protect freedom of association
- Provide protection from workplace discrimination, and
- Provide effective relief for persons who have been discriminated against, victimised, or have experienced other unfair treatment.
WHAT ARE YOU ABLE TO CLAIM?
The contractual relationship between an employee and employer is often governed by either Federal or State Awards, administrative regulations or judicial decisions. For this reason alone, it is important that you are represented by experts in the field such as Brydens Lawyers.
You may be able to claim compensation on the successful bringing of a claim under the general protections against your current or former employer.
WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSULT A LAWYER ABOUT MAKING A CLAIM?
You should consult a lawyer as soon as you become aware that your workplace rights may be affected by potential breaches of the legislation or your employment contract or if you are unaware whether your workplace rights have been breached and require further advice.
WHAT IS YOUR
You should contact Brydens Lawyers to arrange a conference to discuss your employment matter.
WHY ARE BRYDENS LAWYERS THE RIGHT REPRESENTATION FOR YOU?
Brydens Lawyers understand that both employees and employers have rights and obligations to each other so as to fulfil contractual and statutory obligations when it comes to employment entitlements.
For this reason, it is important to get the best legal advice and representation when issues arise in the workplace.
Knowing and understanding your rights is part of the solution and often expert legal advice and representation is required to assist in resolving any concerns that arise from any conflict in those rights and obligations.
WE DO EMPLOYMENT LAW WELL. HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES:
Brydens Lawyers have assisted many employees in negotiations before entering a new employment position.
Brydens Lawyers have also assisted employees negotiate to be released from clauses contained within their employment agreement including restraint of trade clauses upon termination so as to allow the employees to commence working with a competitor or start their own business.
LATEST NEWS FROM LEE
Following my recent post concerning medical negligence claims an enquiry was received as to whether it was also possible to sue lawyers and judges in the event that they have been negligent.
The simple answer is yes and no.
A lawyer can quite readily be sued if it is established, again ultimately to the satisfaction of the court, that the lawyer has been negligent and that as a result of that negligence, the client has suffered injury, loss or damage. The question of negligence is determined by reference
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