In recent years the Industrial Relations and Employment landscape has changed dramatically. In 2009 the Fair Work Act commenced. The workplace relations arena changed. Further important changes came into effect on 1 January 2010. Most Employees and Employers are bound by these changes. Workplaces must be conducted in accordance with that Legislation and the National Employment Standard. Relationships between employers and employees can often break down, in these circumstances, Jodie Jamieson and John Ferguson can advise our Clients on:
- Employment Agreements;
- Confidentiality Agreements;
- The protection of Intellectual Property and Confidential Information within a business structure;
- Rights of Unfair Dismissal and other rights at Law for an Employee;
- Internet and Privacy issues, coupled with Restraint of Trade provisions.
The interpretation and preparation of relevant documents under Employment Law is often a vital part of business management and strategy. Our Firm recommends that every business should have in place suitable guidelines for the benefit of both employers and employees. Gibson Howlin Lawyers welcomes your enquiries in these areas.