Upcoming Seminar: Managing a Critical Incidient

HR Legal is a dedicated Workplace Relations & Workplace Safety law practice based in Melbourne and servicing local, national and international clients.


  • 25/07/2016

    No room for bullies in the workplace

    A recent criminal conviction for workplace bullying puts the spotlight on employers’ obligations with regards to protecting their employees from risks to health and safety and taking appropriate disciplinary action against workplace bullies.
  • 18/07/2016

    Changing the reason for termination

    Sometimes an employer may make an employee redundant, or terminate with notice “without cause”, but later discover that the employee committed serious misconduct during employment.
    Can the employer rely on the serious misconduct – and terminate the employment for that reason? And if the dismissal has already taken effect, can the employer rely on evidence of serious misconduct unknown at the time of dismissal in subsequent proceedings?