Employment Law & WHS


Employment Law & WHS

This is one of the most complex and fast changing areas of the law, requiring highly skilled and experienced practitioners. Coleman Greig’s Employment Lawyers provide expert advice and representation regarding any employment law matter. 

We partner with our clients to work with them on identifying proactive risks to their businesses and organisations by ensuring compliance with relevant legislation including amendments and changes to regulation as they occur.

Our lawyers regularly advise on key employment issues including unfair dismissals, disciplinary and termination processes, redundancies, post-employment restraints, and adverse action claims.

Developing up-to-date and effective workplace policies for businesses of all sizes is one of our strengths and we can assist you with ensuring your policies in the areas of discrimination, harassment and bullying as well as advising on enforcement.

Coleman Greig can also assist on drafting employment contracts, polices, restrain and confidentiality agreements as well as advising on sham contracting, enterprise agreements, executive remuneration and protecting confidential information.

Our lawyers have a high degree of expertise and broad experience assisting all types of businesses and organisations address employment issues as well as proactively managing potential risks.

Coleman Greig are available to service your needs no matter where you are located in NSW. Our network of offices are supported by the latest digital technology, enabling us to work with you in a way that suits you best.

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Plain English Guides

Plain English Guide to Modern Awards, Enterprise Agreements and Employment Contracts

An award is a standard of minimum industrial terms and conditions applying to specific groups of employees. Whether your employees are covered by an award depends on whether they fit into the occupations covered by an award.

Plain English Guide to Sponsoring Skilled Staff from Overseas

If your business is having difficulty recruiting skilled staff from within the Australian labour market, you may wish to consider sponsoring suitably qualified and experienced staff from overseas.




Plain English Guide to Employment Contracts and Employment Policies

It is important to get the employment relationship right from the outset by clearly communicating to new employees the requirements of their job and the culture, practices and policies affecting the workplace. The most important written parts of this communication are the employment contract and workplace policies and procedures.


Bendel vTax Commissioner
Bendel v Commissioner of Taxation

Did the Administrative Appeals Tribunal make the “correct and preferable decision” and where to from here? In a recent case, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (Tribunal)

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