When you contact us, any one of our team of lawyers and industrial offers will provide you with personalised support to resolve any bullying issues you have, whether that’s dealing with your employer or with the Fair Work Commission.
At some point in your career, you’ll need an employment lawyer to assist with redundancy, performance management or disciplinary issues. This service can cost thousands elsewhere, but you will receive it free of charge as a benefit of Professionals Australia membership
Your contract covers you while you work. It sounds simple, but it’s worth repeating.
It’s important to understand what you should be paid and to understand the different types of pay you may be offered. Your pay depends on a range of factors i.e. the type of work, your qualifications, and your experience
If you need support or advice, here is what your team of lawyers and industrial officers can do for you
CASUAL EMPLOYMENT In recent times, the Australian workforce has undergone a process known as casualisation. Close to 2.5 million workers in Australia are working on a casual basis. Casual employees work on a ‘shift-to-basis’, and NO certainty of ongoing work. Does your work fall under these indicators? No guaranteed hours of work Working irregular hours No paid…
Sexual harassment at work is unlawful in all Australian jurisdictions. In this article we explain some of the differences between State, Territory and Commonwealth Law if you want to take legal action regard workplace sexual harassment
A My Health Record (MHR) will be created for every Australian (unless opted out) effective 1st February, 2019. The My Health record is an online summary of an individual’s health information and will be maintained for 30 years after an individual’s death or 130 years after birth. The My Health Record will not replace existing…
It has been a year since the hashtag #metoo spread virally in October 2017, which has been used to bring attention to the widespread prevalence of sexual assault and harassment, especially in the workplace. However, as we approach the end of 2018, a great number of working women still sadly experience a range of discriminatory issues in the workplace that are not limited to sexual harassment.