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We can help you defend an unfair dismissal claim in an efficient and cost effective way.

We know that you’re not big business, and sometimes need help negotiating the minefield of Modern Awards and the Fair Work Act.  Our compliance team can take away your worries.

Don’t put off managing a difficult situation as it will likely only get worse, and could cost you money.  Our tools will help you change troublesome behaviour or manage a fair termination.

Rely on our experts to establish what really happened, whether it’s financial irregularities or troubling workplace behaviours, and then we can offer you help to resolve the issue.


Beyond the immediacy of industrial activity and investigations, we offer a series of strategic services, including assisting organisations with workplace design, IR strategy, and labour engagement arrangements.  You can learn more about these here.

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