Employment Law Advice

Employment and workplace law advice is critical for any business. Our team of experienced professionals can help you navigate the complex legal landscape and ensure your business is compliant with all relevant regulations.

Looking for Legal Advice on Employment Law?

As a business owner, it is important to stay up-to-date with employment law. This can be a complex and ever-changing area to navigate, so it is helpful to seek expert advice, especially when understanding how the law of contract and employment law intersect to form your rights and duties. 

When you have a question about an employment law issue, the first challenge is knowing who to ask. Here at WilliamsonBarwick, our legal and workplace relations team specialise in employment law, and our primary goal is to provide you with legal advice that is clear, timely and concise. 

The second challenge may be knowing which questions you need to ask. Our employment lawyers can also help you by identifying the issues and legal assistance you need to be aware of. A great example of this is in restraint of trade cases. It is a complex area, and understanding the law will ensure that the right questions are asked and answered so that you know where your business stands. 

By understanding your rights and obligations as an employer, you can minimise the risk of legal action being taken against your business. If you are unsure about a particular aspect of employment law or would like advice on how to manage a specific situation in your workplace, please do not hesitate to contact our team for assistance.

We will support you through the entire life cycle of the employment relationship, from hiring through to performance management, termination of employment and beyond.

Areas of Employment Law that we Advise on

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Non-compliance with employment law can have a devastating impact on your brand and the business.

With our support, you can create a workplace culture of excellence and strong management procedures to minimise risk and strengthen your business. 

We can provide legal advice on the following areas of employment law and legal claims: 

  • Modern Award compliance
  • COVID-19 and vaccination mandate
  • Workplace laws and policies 
  • Employee termination 
  • Unfair dismissal 
  • Redundancy
  • Restraint of Trade 
  • Employment rights
  • Workplace bullying and harassment claims 
  • The performance management process 
  • Discrimination claims 
  • Contractual agreements with employees and independent contractors

We understand that every workforce has its own culture and unique set of challenges, so our legal advice will always be tailored to your specific employment matters.

Why Appoint the WilliamsonBarwick Team As Your Independent Workplace Investigators?

Our goal is to provide the best service to our clients. But if we were to summarise our most important value, it is unquestionably respect. We believe that it is vital for us to understand and respect what’s important to our clients. 

Dealing with the law can be stressful, so we aim to support you and demystify the process.

We like to think of the employment law practice as a living area of the law in which we recognise the value and dignity that meaningful work brings.

If you are an employer who needs to investigate a potential workplace issue, you need the right legal team on your side. WilliamsonBarwick is here to help. We have years of experience conducting sensitive workplace investigations, and we’ll work tirelessly to close the finalise the matter.

We are committed to protecting our client’s best interests through personalised attention, superior service and uncompromising ethics.


Choose a Law Firm Employers Trust

Our workplace lawyers understand that having a law firm represent your business isn’t just about avoiding an employment law issue but also about strengthening your business. We work hard to get the best outcomes for our clients, so you can focus on what you do best.

We’re here to help, so get in touch and seek legal advice today.