Employment Law For Employees
Have you been experiencing problems in the workplace? Taylor Rose advises workers on all aspects of employment law, including disciplinary issues, grievances, harassment, discrimination, workplace bullying and redundancy rights. Our team of specialist employment lawyers can protect your interests, including making claims through the Fair Work Commission and through the courts.
Employment Law Specialists
Our employment law team specialises in helping clients by providing clear, practical guidance, support and solutions that you can trust. Every member of our employment law team has a proven track record of successful representation in employment law matters.
Our team will ensure that you are treated fairly and provided with a personable service and transparent fee structure. We will be there to protect your interests when you need us, be it a dispute over termination, discrimination or redundancy.
We can assist and advise on a variety of issues including:
- Grievances and Disciplinary Matters – Helping you to resolve difficulties at work with practical guidance and support through the formal process
- Employment Contracts – Understanding your rights and obligations under your work contract
- Discrimination – Tackling discrimination on the basis of age, gender, pregnancy, race, religion, disability, paternity/maternity rights, and equal pay
- Bullying and Harassment – Advice on how to prevent or address abuse or harassment in the workplace
- Family and Flexible Working Rights – Providing you with advice on your parental rights as an employee
- Restrictive Covenants and Confidentiality – Advice on exactly what must be upheld and whether these clauses are enforceable
- Holidays and Sickness – Guidance if you are in the position of unreasonable pressure due to sickness or time off
- Dismissal and Redundancy – Help if you have been unfairly dismissed or need guidance on a potential redundancy situation
- Representation – We can provide effective representation at the Fair Work Commission, before the Fair Work Ombudsman and in the civil courts
If you need employment law advice, please get in touch.