Whether you are at the beginning of a new job, being dismissed from your current position, or have concerns about your employment which you want resolved, you want to make sure you receive the best possible strategic advice, as well as being informed about your legal rights.
Our employment lawyers are committed to providing you with such advice and helping you through these matters. We understand that if your working relationship has turned sour this can be a very stressful and difficult time and we will work closely with you to support you in this situation.
We can help:
- when you are joining a new business and you want to negotiate your employment agreement
- by advising on disciplinary and grievance issues
- by advising on departure situations, including settlement agreements, redundancies and other situations where you may have to consider litigation
- on equal opportunity and discrimination issues, including sexual harassment
- on issues surrounding post-termination and confidentiality obligations
- if there is a dispute about your bonus or deferred incentives
When you become our client, we will:
- provide you with an experienced principal led service
- give you our personal commitment to get the job done
- support you at all times when you are facing stressful or difficult situations
- be upfront on costs and keep you updated at all times
- find the solution best suited to your needs
In addition to the above, we also offer:
- our services in all states and territories
- a free initial consultation (no time recording and we spend as long as required to answer your query)
- “no win no fee” service for most employment litigation, which means you will not be liable to pay our fees unless you enter into a settlement agreement with your former employer
- competitive hourly rates
- 24 hour / 7 day per week service
- a lawyer to visit you in the comfort of your own home if you suffer from a disability or you’re unable to make it into our CBD office
If you have any questions or require advice about an employment law matter, please complete our online enquiry form below or contact us on 1800 VAS LAW.