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Whether you’re an employer or an employee, Clarke Hemmerling Lawyers has the relevant experience to handle even the most complex employment matters.

Employment Agreement

Employment Contracts, Modern Awards, Enterprise Agreements, Workplace Policy & Procedure.

Unfair Dismissal

If your employment comes to an end before it legally should, or in circumstances that appear unfair or unjust, you may have a claim for unfair dismissal.

Bullying, Harassment, Discrimination

Contact us if are the victim of discrimination or adverse action in the course of your employment.

Redundancies

Our redundancy claim and compensation lawyers can help safeguard your pay, rights and entitlements.

Disciplinary Meetings

You should obtain our advice about your situation, preferably before any meeting.

Independent Contractors

Distinguishing independent contractors from employees, understanding the consequences for each.

Unlawful Termination

If you've been wrongfully terminated, our lawyers can help you claim damages and compensation.

Workplace Training & Investigations

Our lawyers conduct and supervise workplace investigations, mediation as needed, and training on a variety of employment-related topics.

We will protect your rights, limit your liabilities, and enable you to quickly respond to opportunities

Employment Law
Clarke Hemmerling Lawyers can assist you:

If you’re an employer, we assist with various requirements including: drafting or enforcement of employment agreements, and business advice for restructuring your company correctly.

We have provided representation before the South Australian Employment Tribunal and the Fair Work Commission and have extensive experience with handling legal proceedings for employment matters.

We also recommend consulting with us when making changes that will affect your workforce.

If you’re an employee, we can help you with:

  • Reviewing your Employment Agreement to ensure it is fair
  • Challenging or setting aside unfair contracts
  • Reviewing your working conditions to ensure appropriate treatment
  • Unfair dismissal (Strict time limits apply)
  • Breaches of your Employment Agreement
  • Bullying and harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Reviewing redundancies to determine if you have received what you are entitled to

Get the right Employment legal advice!

Contact us to discuss your situation – no obligation.

Phone: 08 8333 2130

Email: admin@clarkehemmerling.com.au

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