Employment law, including fair work obligations and minimum standards for employees is continually evolving, and this ever-changing legal landscape needs careful navigation by business owners.  Whether you are looking to hire new staff, are having performance management issues or are restructuring your business and need to consider retention of staff, Kenny Spring Solicitors can guide you through this complex legal area. 

Employment legislation is complex

Australia has a well-developed workplace relations system, designed to provide flexibility and certainty to both employers and employees. However, the legislation around workplace relations is complex and layered, with businesses having to adhere to several pieces of legislation as well as a set of national employment standards for all Australian employees, occupational health and safety regulations, and superannuation (pension) payments.

We offer strategic advice

Our experienced employment law experts can help you understand your rights and responsibilities and legal obligations, as well as provide advice on managing workplace issues and disputes.

The strategic advice and support that we provide both businesses and individuals will help to minimise the risk of workplace issues arising. In the event matters cannot be resolved, we are experienced advocates and will represent you in Courts, Tribunals and Commissions, from responding to claims, appearing with you at mediation and preparing for and conducting a hearing.

Our team can provide advice to businesses on:

  • Review and drafting Contracts of Employment
  • Discrimination, Bullying and Harassment
  • Unfair Dismissal and Adverse action claims
  • Workplace Disputes
  • Fairwork and Anti-Discrimination Investigations
  • Redundancy and Workplace change.

Whether it is drafting a simple casual employment contract, negotiating employment disputes or providing advice on complex issues concerning restraints and alike, we are happy to help you navigate your way through the potential minefield that is employment law, ensuring your employees continue to be your most valuable asset, not your biggest liability.

For more information about employment Law and the types of advice we offer businesses in the Central West please contact one of our employment law specialists.