Victoria Quayle

Biography

Victoria is a Senior Associate within Coleman Greig’s Employment Law team.

With almost 15 years’ experience in employment and commercial litigation, Victoria has the skills to assist businesses to minimise their legal risks by identifying and managing them early.

She has a broad range of Employment Law & WHS experience, regularly assisting with complex terminations, unfair dismissal and general protections claims and restructuring and redundancies. Victoria regularly provides immediate risk management advice on disciplinary and termination processes.

Victoria advises on, and conducts, all employment-related litigation in the Fair Work Commission and other Federal and NSW jurisdictions.

She works with clients from a range of industries and sectors such as building and construction, retail, manufacturing, aged care providers, healthcare and medical devices. Victoria also regularly provides advice to foreign owned Australian subsidiaries to assist with local requirements.

Working closely with her clients allows Victoria to gain more of an understanding of their specific commercial objectives and culture so she can provide tailored advice, Victoria enjoys working closely with HR and management and collaborating with them to achieve outcomes in line with their specific objectives and priorities. Victoria also has a practical approach and understands how urgent employment matters can be in practice

 

People like us

“I enjoy developing strong relationships with clients and am passionate about assisting clients navigate the complexities of employment law.” – Victoria Quayle

  • Advising on complex termination of employment issues and negotiating mutual separation or assisting with allegations of breach of employment obligations.
  • Workplace restructuring and redundancy.
  • Conducting employment related litigation including enforcing post-employment obligations and discrimination claims.
  • Defending Fair Work Commission matters including unfair dismissal, general protections, anti-bullying and sexual harassment disputes.
  • Conducting workplace training on a range of employment law issues.
  • Conducting or advising on workplace investigations, managing complaints and grievances.
  • Independent contracting arrangements and advising on sham contracting provisions.
  • Advising on employee entitlements and interpretation of modern awards.
  • Advising on industrial relations issues including enterprise bargaining and approval processes.
  • Fair Work Ombudsman investigations and enforcement proceedings.
  • Drafting employment contracts, policies, restraint and confidentiality agreements.

Bachelor of Laws (UNSW)
Bachelor of Arts (UNSW)
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (College of Law)
Law Society of NSW

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Workshop – Performance Management and Employee Misconduct
9 May 2024 @ 09:30 AM - 11:30 AM

This workshop is to ensure managers and HR decision-makers understand their obligations and responsibilities in regard to critical HR tasks.

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27
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27
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Closing the Loopholes: [Another] Employment Law Update
27 February 2024 @ 09:30 AM - 11:00 AM

In this workshop, we will take you through the government industrial reforms as part of its ‘Closing the Loopholes Bill’ and help you understand how they apply to your business.

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Oct
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Oct
Employment Law Workshop – Contractor or Employee: That old chestnut
19 October 2023 @ 09:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Is my contractor “really” an employee? How do I tell if a person is a contractor or an employee? This is one of the most vexed questions in employment law, but still a very important one, as a lot can hang on the answer: Might I owe leave entitlements? Have I underpaid relative to award…

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10
May
Workshop – Performance Management and Employee Misconduct
Victoria Quayle, Liam Zisis
10 May 2023 @ 09:30 AM - 11:30 AM

This interactive workshop is designed to ensure managers and HR decision-makers understand their obligations and responsibilities in regard to critical HR tasks. Employment Law experts, Victoria Quayle and Liam Zisis will demonstrate how to minimise potential risk to your business from an employment law perspective, and help to ensure appropriate procedures and protocols are followed….

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