Are you looking for experienced and responsive employment lawyers? LegalVision’s employment team can assist you with employment legal advice as well as drafting or reviewing any employment contract or workplace agreement. Whether you require a one-off project or high-volume work, we operate on a fixed-fee model as it provides you with certainty and transparency for your legal fees.

Employment matters can be complex across all jurisdictions, particularly with matters involving the Fair Work Commission. LegalVision’s employment lawyers can assist with the following areas of employment law:

  • Drafting and reviewing employment contracts;
  • Resolving employment disputes;
  • In-house HR services and workplace relations;
  • Unfair dismissals and anti-discrimination matters;
  • Termination of employment;
  • Underpayment issues;
  • Enterprise agreements;
  • Drafting employment handbooks and policies;
  • Independent contractor or employee advice; and
  • Labour hire advice.

As a commercial law and employment law firm, our clients include a number of large Australian businesses and enterprises, franchises, SMEs and startups. We can assist employers, employees and contractors.

If you have a question about employment law or employment legal issues, get in touch with our employment law team. Fill in the form on this page or give us a call.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Employment Lawyers

Here are some commonly asked questions from employers:

An employment lawyer can charge on an hourly rate, fixed-fees or a retainer. An hourly rate can be quite expensive, ranging from $300 to $600 per hour, depending on the experience of the lawyer and the complexity of the matter. At LegalVision, we charge fixed-fees – this means you know the cost of your legal bill upfront. Our fixed-fees range from as low as $250 per project.

An employment lawyer can advise employers, employees, contractors and HR managers with all aspects of employment law. Employment lawyers will have an in-depth understanding of Australia’s employment law framework, including the Fair Work Act and relevant industry awards. Employment solicitors can also advise on employment rights for employers and employees.

An employer is faced with employment law issues on a daily basis – from onboarding new employees, to dealing with performance management issues. Generally, most employment matters can be handled without the need of an employment law specialist. However, in situations where employee matters escalate, an employment lawyer may be necessary to resolve any issues before they go to a tribunal or court.

An online search is a good way to start in identifying an employment lawyer suitable to handle your enquiry. Some employment lawyers specialise in particular industries (such as hospitality or entertainment), while others may have experience dealing with particular matters (e.g. unfair dismissals). To find a good employment lawyer, look at their awards, existing clients and testimonials.

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