Employers, employees and contractors can commence or may need to defend a claim in the Fair Work Commission, the Human Rights Commission or their state based counterparts. Decisions to litigate, and how to litigate, can be difficult and stressful. Employment Advisors consultants are experienced in industrial advocacy. And we are good at it because we combine both conventional and unique methods, making us unpredictable and leaving the opposition with challenges and hidden surprises.
What is Industrial Advocacy?
Australian lawmakers of all political stripes tend to abide by a simple principle – a fair go all round. So the Fair Work Commission and other tribunals that deal with workplace laws are less formal than a court, something that solicitors can struggle with as their fancy words and technicalities often are met with blank stares from a commissioner.
That said, you are there to win, the law is still relevant and self-representation is a dangerous game. A wise soul once said “he who represents himself has a fool for a client”. That point made a touch bluntly is that someone acting in your interests whether negotiating a contract, representing you or your organisation in performance meetings or commencing or defending a proceeding in the Fair Work Commission, require expertise.
Employment Advisors have helped thousands of clients since 2001 and we can help you too. The Industrial Advocacy arm of our firm brings a steady hand and calmness to even the most extreme or volatile situations. We are here to support you. We have your back.
We are here to support you. To learn more about Our Approach, click here.
- If you have been dismissed or responding to an unfair dismissal, please click here.
- If you have been dismissed or responding to an unlawful dismissal, please click here.
- If you believe you have been treated adversely or are responding to an adverse action claim (General Protections), click here.
- If your enquiry is wage related, click here.
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