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Employment Law

Employment Lawyers – Employer Advice & Services

Owen Hodge Employment Lawyers in Sydney provide expert legal services including termination of employment to a diverse range of law clients.

Employment law is the body of laws, administrative rulings, and precedents which address the legal rights of, and restrictions on, working people and their organisations. As such, it mediates many aspects of the relationship between trade unions, employers and employees.



Our employment lawyers are able to provide advice that includes:

Strategic advice in planning and managing employment contracts and issues;
Assistance in avoiding, managing and resolving industrial disputes through advice or active representation in industrial negotiations and before relevant tribunals and courts;
Quick practical advice about the application of relevant legislation, awards and agreements;
Advice on the wide range of employment law issues.
Advice on anti bullying policies and strategies.

The basic feature of labour law in almost every state is that the rights and obligations of the worker and the employer between one another are mediated through the contract of employment between the two. Many terms and conditions of the contract are however implied by legislation or common law, in such a way as to restrict the freedom of people to agree to certain things to protect employees, and facilitate a fluid labour market.

As such, Employment Law has it’s own special circumstances, procedures and complexities that warrant the inclusion of an experienced Employment Lawyer from the earliest opportunity should an issue arise.

Employment Law

Employment Law Contents (under Employment Law)

Rights of Executives
Employment Contract after the End of your Employment
Employment Contracts & Awards
What to Consider When Hiring a Contractor
Workplace Rights and Adverse Action
Wrongful Dismissal Vs Unfair Dismissal
Executive Employment Agreements rather then Employment Law
Breach Of Employment Contract / Wrongful Dismissal
Breach Of Fiduciary Duties
Changes to Parental Leave

Disciplinary Matters – Deceptive And Misleading Conduct
Employment Law
Employment Rights – Termination Of Employment
Industrial Law
Sexual Harassment Laws
Law & Employers
How to deal with Workplace Bullying
Minimum Wage
Paid Parental Leave
Public Sector Employees

Redundancy & Redundancy Pay
Redundancy of Executive Employees
Restraint of Trade
Small To Medium Businesses And Employment Law
Surveillance in the Workplace
Terminating Employment Contracts
Think twice before Dismissing Employees on Workers’ Compensation
Unfair Dismissal – Not Covered By An Award
When Competitors Steal Staff There Are Legal Consequences
Work Place Safety

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