We Specialise in Employment Law Cases and Mediation!
The most significant relationship corporations and individuals will probably ever have is the work relationship. Since workplace relationship affects virtually everyone, it has increasingly become a complex part of our lives and a constant area of potential dispute. In addition to this, our work lives can contribute the bulk of our self esteem and is the most important aspect of the function of a corporation.
- Employment Law
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Anti-discrimination Law
- Termination of Employment (unfair dismissal)
- Employment contract whereby work is performed
- Workplace bullying and harassment
- Workplace discrimination
These are all aspects of the workplace that can mean conflict, but the management of which will mean efficiency and harmony.
At McArdle Legal, we do commercial litigation, but our speciality is in employment and workplace law. We have set up this website to introduce ourselves, to assist discussion and hopefully to provide useful insights.
Call us today to make an appointment with one of our employment lawyers at our Sydney office.
To get more information on employment law, your rights and responsibilities in the workplace we recommend visiting Fair Work Australia’s website.
Workplace discrimination and bullying
This Fair Work Ombudsman website also has a very informational article on workplace discrimination and workplace bullying. It has a definition an example of it and it tells you what you can do if you find yourself in that situation at work.
Workplace lawyers at McArdle Legal can help employees as well as employers reach a desirable result in a timely manner.
Unfair dismissal lawyers
If you do believe that you have been unfairly treated, discriminated against or terminated, and have done your own research, contact McArdle Legal to make a confidential appointment today.
A legal binding between two parties is what’s commonly known as a contract. Employment contract is at a core of every workplace so make sure yours matches yours or your employee’s role to mitigate conflict. Call McArdle Legal office today.
Any physically, mentally or socially threatening behaviour in the workplace can be classified as workplace bullying and can come from either the management or work colleagues. Bullying in the workplace can either be deliberate and in some cases it is inadvertent where a manager or another staff member is not aware that their actions constitute workplace bullying.