As Accredited Specialists in Business Law, Tisher Liner FC Law can provide you with employment advice and assist with the setting up of your business.

Our employment lawyers have experience with a diverse range of complex employment law issues. TLFC can review you standard employment and contractor agreements to ensure that relevant issues are appropriately addressed. Employees and employers alike should be aware of their rights and obligations under Australian law.

We advise both employers and employees on such matters as terms and conditions of employment, employment agreements and restraints of trade. We also have experience in employment disputes and employee complaints.

It is important that the employer-employee relationship is documented correctly for the benefit of both parties. Our employment law advice includes:

  • Drafting employment contracts;
  • Negotiating terms and conditions of employment;
  • Providing advice on termination of employment;
  • Advising on employment disputes relating to the termination of employment;
  • Litigation including unfair dismissal claims;
  • Post-employment restraints;
  • Redundancy advice; and
  • Contractor agreements.

 

Our recent employment law seminar covered a broad range of employment law areas from what happens when an employee tries to steal customers, to Modern Award schemes, from company policies and enforcement to sale of business and employment transfer. Click on the link below for the slides or contact one of our lawyers to discuss any or all parts of the employment process.

Click Here for the Employment Law Presentation Slides.

 

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Simon Abraham

Simon Abraham has been recognised on the Best Lawyers List for 2020/2021 in the category of Litigation Find the full...
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Amy La Verde

Amy La Verde has worked with a variety of clients, including employers and employees, on a wide range of employment...
Associate LLB (Hons) , BIR

Bianca Mazzarella

Bianca has 6 years PQE and is focused on achieving good commercial outcomes and building long lasting relationships...
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Maddy Hearn

Maddy Hearn had been previously employed by Tisher Liner FC Law as a seasonal clerk and due to her tenacity and work...

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