Your contract of employment and your rights as an employee are two of the most important aspects of your financial security. If a dispute arises with your employer, it can be difficult, stressful and even intimidating. If the situation escalates and cannot be resolved, you may need legal advice to ensure your rights as an employee are protected.
Employment Law Services
At Shine Lawyers, our Workplace Relations and Employment Law team is experienced in all aspects of employment law. Whether dealing with discrimination in the workplace or wrongful termination, we will handle your claim with discretion, diplomacy and determination to ensure your rights and your reputation are protected. We offer specialty services in the following areas of workplace law:
- Unfair dismissal and wrongful termination
- Adverse actions and unpaid wage claims
- Discrimination and harassment claims
- General employment advice
- Redundancy entitlements
- Contract disputes
- Accidents that occur in the workplace
Shine Lawyers have considerable experience in the problems that executives, directors and senior managers commonly face, and understand how to navigate these to your advantage.
Shine Lawyers - Your Employment Law Specialists
Employment law can be complex and confusing, but Shine Lawyers' Employment Law team are here to help. Through our tailored initial consultation service, our employment lawyers will inform you of all your legal rights and empower you to take the course of action that best suits you.
Sexual Harassment Claims
Most sexual harassment cases occur in the workplace. In 2009 to 2010, 21% of Australian Human Rights Commission complaints were sex related and 88% of those occurred in the workplace. However, sexual harassment can happen in public and private settings including school, university, sports teams, online or over the phone.
How to bring a claim
Who is the Employment Law Team?
Shine Lawyers' Employment Law team includes some of the firm’s most experienced special counsel, solicitors and support staff, including law clerks and paralegals.