We can help!
Our experienced staff are focused on seeking exceptional results and outcomes for our clients. If you are looking
for information on the following areas, call us for a discussion.
- Unfair dismissals
- Harassment and bullying
- Award rates and conditions
- Wages and monies owing by Employers
- Disputes in the workplace
If your industrial relations enquiry is only about wages, rates or monies owing the easiest and quickest
option is to call the Federal Workplace Ombudsman's office on 1300 363 264. Calls to this line are free.
We are happy to help you with all areas of industrial relations. For a breakdown of what we can help you with
please refer to the pages linked to on the left. For more specialist advice regarding unfair dismissal, discrimination,
and other aspects of industrial relations please call us today, our advice is free.
We believe that every persons workplace / industrial relations situation is unique. One of the first points
we make is under no circumstances resign, until you have talked to us.
There are the rules and regulations that govern as to how to run and manage your industrial relations or discrimination claim in Australia.
For example, under the new Fair Work Australia (FWA) legislation there is a strict 14 day rule to lodge an unfair dismissal claim.
Discrimination claims generally require the discrimination must have occured in the last 12 months to be able to lodge a claim, but it
depends on the state you reside in. We know about all the rules and are happy to discuss your case with you if you call us.
We can answer a variety of questions including:
- How do I handle harrassment outside working hours?
- Can I smoke in the workplace?
- Does my employer have the right to read my personal emails?
- Does my employer have the right to read my Facebook page?
- What can I do if my employer harasses me because I have been ill again?
- The boss wants me to take out my eyebrow ring, what should I do?
- The boss wants me to attend a couse on my own time. Is this a reasonable request?
Industrial Relations and Fair Work Australia (FWA) rules are constantly evolving. With the down turn in the economy there is no doubt
some employers are taking advantage of the situation. Examples are:
The list is goes on and our advice is to become well informed. You do have industrial relations rights. Ring us and we can provide
a representative who knows what they are talking about, who is interested in your situation, who has experience, and is happy to advise you.
- My employer wants to cut my hours,
- My employer wants to now make me a casual employee after five years of service,
- My manager is making comments about me, wants to take me out. I need the job. Should I do this?
- My employer wants me to use my own car for company business
We are leading industrial relations advisors, we are not lawyers. That is why we have written everything on this site
in plain English. We specialise in workplace and employee rights. A Whole New Approach (AWNA) through this web site are the only
serious Industrial Relations Representatives that only represent Employees. We have no conflict of interest here.
Furthermore when we take your matter to the various industrial relations commissions and discrimination tribunals throughout Australia,
the authorities know we are there for the employee and we will battle hard for you in a honest and forthright manner.
Call or email us today if you need our assistance.
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