We can help with unlawful termination, workplace discrimination, workplace bullying and more.
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Australian law provides employees with comprehensive rights against wrongful dismissal and workplace bullying. The Fair Work Act 2009 (Commonwealth) provides legal protection for those whose employment has been terminated unfairly, who have been forced or coerced into resigning or who are being adversely treated in the workplace.
If you think you have been treated less favourably than a person of the opposite sex would be treated in the same situation or similar circumstances, we recommend getting in touch with us.
We provide sound legal advice and cost-effective strategies. This does not necessarily mean court appearances as solutions are frequently achieved through mediation or conciliation.
It is against the law to discriminate against someone because of their age. If someone is considered too old or too young, the Age Discrimination Act 2004 (ADA) comes into play.
We can help you combat age discrimination at work. Contact us today to discuss your case.
Discrimination may be direct or indirect. Around one in five Australians has a disability. The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth) makes disability discrimination unlawful. It promotes equal rights, equal opportunity and equal access for people with disabilities.
It is unlawful to discriminate against a person because of their sex, gender, intersex status, sexual orientation, marital or relationship status, family responsibilities, or because you are pregnant or might become pregnant or because you are breastfeeding.
You are protected by law in Australia against unfavourable treatment on the basis of your skin colour, racial or ethnic origin. If you have experienced discrimination, contact us today to discuss your matter.
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