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Employment Law

We advise employers and employees on their rights, duties and liabilities under employment legislation, industry awards and employment agreements.

For example, we will:

  • advise employers about:
    • the entitlements of casual, part-time and full-time employees
    • the distinction between an employee and independent contractor
    • their obligations during employment
    • their obligations to terminate employment lawfully
    • the employee’s obligations following termination of employment
    • their remedies at law
  • issue cease and desist letters for breaches of the employment agreement
  • advise employees about their remedies at law
  • represent employees in respect of any unpaid entitlements
  • prepare casual, part-time and full-time employment agreements
  • prepare independent contractor and subcontractor agreements

Contact us today on 07 3088 7937 or email us at admin@adviilaw.com.au if you require legal advice, assistance or representation in these areas, or would like to arrange an initial consultation at our office to discuss your matter.

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