Employment Contracts

We are experienced employment contract lawyers who can help you draft or review your employment contracts. We understand the importance of protecting your rights and will work diligently to ensure that all your contracts are legally sound.

Looking For Lawyers to Help Draft Your Employment Contracts?

If you are an employer, documenting the employment relationship has never been more critical than it is now. That’s because correct employment documentation is the starting point for managing risk and ensuring that you are legally compliant with the National Employment Standards and Fair Work Act. 

So, what documents are we referring to? Well, it is everything ranging from employment agreements to staff policies and procedures, and also covers  performance management letters and notices of termination. 

When it comes to an employment agreement, the key is to see it as an instrument that protects your business or organisation. So, it is critical that employment concerns such as probation periods, salary, commission agreements, termination rights, confidentiality provisions and intellectual property rights are covered and detailed properly. 

Beyond that, staff policies and procedures need to be drafted clearly so that all your employees understand their roles, responsibilities, and obligations. Your policies should be drafted in a manner that provides consistent guidelines, a degree of flexibility and practicality; and should be customised to reflect the unique nature of our organisation. 

Lastly, when it comes to warning letters, it is vital that they are drafted in a way that encourages improvement and protects you from employment claims. The same applies to termination letters. You need to approach the situation with a degree of sensitivity and ensure that all the documentation complies with fair procedure. 

Our team of experienced employment lawyers can help you draft contracts that are fair and compliant with the law, protecting your business interests while ensuring your employees are treated fairly. 

Contact us today to get started.

Employment Contract Legal Services

Correct employment documentation is critical to the success of your business.

With our support and skilled drafting capabilities, you can stay legally compliant, reduce your risks,  promote good performance and create a strong workplace culture. 

We can provide drafting services in the following areas of employment law: 

  • Casual employment contracts 
  • Contractor agreements 
  • Workplace policy 
  • Commission agreements 
  • Termination documentation 
  • Warning letters
  • Part-time employment contracts
  • Full-time employment contracts 
  • Employment contract review 
  • Freelancer agreements 
  • Internship agreements 
  • Performance management letters
  • Enterprise agreements
  • Redundancy documentation 
  • Staff procedure handbooks 

We understand that every workforce has its own culture and unique set of challenges, so our legal advice and drafting 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 – it’s also about making your business stronger. 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.