What we stand for
At WorkLegal employment law is our sole focus so we can help our clients to achieve their goals.
We value giving clear and cost-effective advice and being accessible to our clients when they need it.
We explain to our clients clear pathways and options to fit their requirements and equip them to understand their situation.
Don’t Leave it too Late
How we can help
Employment Contract Review & Advice
Portable Long Service
Negotiating an Employment Contract? Faced with a Workplace Investigation? Needing advice on a Separation Agreement or Redundancy? A WorkLegal lawyer can help!
Labour Hire Providers
At WorkLegal we support labour hire providers in negotiating suitable terms for the supply of labour and navigating the legal issues that go with operating as a labour hire provider.
The construction industry is vast and includes carpenters, plumbers, electricians, plant operators, plasterers, concreters, fire sprinkler technicians, trades assistants and more. WorkLegal has the industry understanding to assist you to navigate the complexities of the law in these areas.
Professional and Financial Services
Professionals and financial services employees need to take particular care to understand their legal requirements. WorkLegal has had experience in assisting a range of professionals in many different financial services professions.
At WorkLegal we have broad experience in the heath care industry including: medical practitioners and specialists; public and private hospital workers; physiotherapists and chiropractors; dentists and dental assistants; pharmacists and pharmacy assistants; veterinarians and veterinary assistants; public sector health care workers; private sector health care workers.
The education industry is vast and varied and includes: university academic and administrative employment; vocational education trainers and assessors engaged by employment contracts; private sector school principals, teachers and administrative employees; public sector school principals, teachers and administrative; early age educators.
Retail and hospitality
Some of the areas in which you may need assistance are: advice about entitlements; award classification; negotiating or reviewing your employment contract; harassment at work; disciplinary action and termination; work health and safety issues; redundancy processes and entitlements. For experience and help when you need it, contact WorkLegal today.
NDIS and Social and Community Services
The social and community services industry is fast growing and includes the crisis assistance and supported housing sector, the social and community services sector, the home care sector and the family day care scheme sector. Employees are usually covered by a modern award such as the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010.