Have you been unfairly dismissed from work?

Strict time limits apply to unfair dismissal claims. You have 21 Days from the day after your dismissal to lodge a claim. Our experienced team of Employment Lawyers can provide clear advice and guidance through your entire unfair dismissal claim.

Our Employment Lawyers can:

  • Offer individuals, corporate HR, legal departments and Government departments advice across complex and constantly changing areas of law.
  • Provide up to date advice
  • Implement necessary action for the best possible outcome

For you to be eligible to make an unfair dismissal claim, certain criterion must be taken into consideration. These include:

  • How long you have worked for your employer
  • The size of the employer
  • Your salary
  • Your employment classification i.e. full time, casual, contractor etc.
  • Whether you are a National System Employee and the State you work in

Have You Been Made Redundant?

You need prompt legal advice to protect your position, and ultimately your source of income. Redundancy is where your employment is terminated on the grounds of a business restructure where the position is no longer required.

LHD Lawyers can assist in protecting your contractual entitlements as well as those affected by way of Statutory Entitlement. Our team understand the sensitivity surrounding workplace issues and the need for disputes to be resolved quickly.

Do You Need Advice on Your Employment Contract?

Our team of legal experts can assist in drafting, reviewing and negotiating the terms of your employment contracts to ensure your rights are protected. Our highly experienced Lawyers can provide advice on all aspects of contract law including clauses such as Restraint of Trade and Non-Complete Clauses. Contact our employment team for assistance on the following:

  • Employment Contract Law
  • Claim for unpaid wages
  • Unfair dismissal claims
  • Wrongful dismissal claims
  • Workplace bullying
  • Sexual harassment
  • Workers compensation claims
  • Discrimination claims
  • Adverse actions

Are You A Victim Of Workplace Bullying?

Workplace bullying is defined as repetitive and unreasonable behaviour directed to an employee or group of employees which creates a risk to the mental and physical health of that employee. Workplace Bullying is a Health and Safety issue and can have far reaching consequences for those exposed to it. LHD Lawyers can help to protect you and put a stop to the bullying.

LHD are committed to helping you with all of your employment issues. Contact LHD Lawyers on 1800 455 725 to organise a confidential consultation and to get both your life and professional career back on track.