The experienced team at Clelands Lawyers Adelaide is here to help with any employment law issue that you may have.
This is a very broad area, designed to cover various disputes or issues that arise in the sometimes vexed relationship between employers and employees. Many of us spend more time at work than at home, meaning that the conflicts that occur there become a major cause of stress. This is where clear and accurate legal advice will really help you to understand your options and determine a pathway forward, while ensuring the protection of your rights and interests.
There are numerous situations where a specialist in workplace law will be invaluable. Perhaps you need help with employment contracts or independent contractor agreements, or the disputes that can subsequently arise, such as questions over entitlements (including long service leave claims), superannuation, underpayment of wages, negligence, disability in the workplace, retrenchments, OH&S issues, and redundancy. We can also provide all the legal assistance you need for unfair dismissal claims, action over workplace accidents and injuries, Fair Work Ombudsman investigations, the presence of drugs and violence in the workplace, and claims for unfair dismissal, harassment, discrimination and bullying.
Whatever your situation we will help you to take action, working towards a fair result that affords you the justice you deserve, whether that be a financial outcome or otherwise.
Come and talk to us about issues such as:
- Award compliance
- Consultancy agreements
- Employment contracts
- Fair Work Act compliance matters
- Independent contractor agreements
- Industrial disputes
- Wrongful dismissal
With extensive experience across a range of workplace sectors, get in touch with Ben Farmer today and find out how Clelands Lawyers Adelaide can help you resolve your employment issue.
“Employment law is all about people and negotiating those relationships in the workplace. When situations arise they tend to be very stressful and that’s why it’s so important to talk with a specialist lawyer to work out your options and how things can be best resolved.” - Ben Farmer