LEGAL ADVICE AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR YOUR BUSINESS
OUR LEGAL EXPERTISE IS THE FOUNDATION FOR EVERYTHING WE DO AT EMPLOYMENT INNOVATIONS.
A number of our subscription products include representation in legal claims, provided by EI Legal. This means that if you are ever subject to a legal claim, you have the peace of mind of knowing that you will be represented by specialist employment lawyers at no additional cost*.
Where our clients need specialist legal advice, EI Legal are also available to advise on all areas of employment law.
Being a boutique law firm, EI Legal are able to provide a personal level of service where the needs of your business will be understood. All of EI Legal’s employment lawyers are experts in their field, commercially minded and passionate about delivering exceptional results to their clients.
*Claims for alleged unfair dismissal, bullying, harassment or adverse action matter (but not other general protections claims) in the Fair Work Commission and any discrimination complaint (including one made involving bullying or harassment) made in the Australian Human Rights Commission (but not in State or Territory Anti-Discrimination Commissions, Boards or Tribunals), up to and including conciliation.
EMPLOYMENT LAW ADVICE AND REPRESENTATION ON MATTERS SUCH AS:
- Contracts of employment
- Restraint of trade
- Termination of employment
- Managing long term absence
- Modern award coverage and classifications
- FWO investigations
- Independent contractors
OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Compliance audits
- Enterprise agreements
- Wage updates
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LATEST LEGAL NEWS
The Fair Work Commission has announced the decision to extend the temporary Schedule “Award Flexibility During the COVID-19 Pandemic” in a number of modern awards due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on workplaces. This decision will affect the Schedules inserted...
On 16 June 2020, the Victorian Parliament passed the Wage Theft Bill 2020. For the first time, this means that there will be criminal penalties, including jail time for employers, when they underpay their staff. It is anticipated that the Bill will come into effect on...
With the JobKeeper payment scheme due to end on 27 September 2020, many employers are wondering what their rights and obligations are when JobKeeper ends, and what they can do to prepare in advance for when JobKeeper payments cease. Common questions we are being asked...
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