Industrial & Employment Law

With over 3 decades’ experience in employment law and industrial law, our lawyers are experienced in obtaining fair results for employees.

Home to some of Australia’s top-ranked employment lawyers, Hall Payne is recognised as a leading employment law firms by the prestigious Doyle’s Guide.

We aim to resolve your employment dispute quickly, fairly and discreetly.

Our cost-effective legal advice spans all areas of employment law. If you think something is amiss at work, we can help.

Issues around workplace law and your employment rights can be complex and move at a fast pace. It’s important to seek advice as soon as possible as time limits relate to different claims.

Our team is known for its ability to navigate the complexities and diversity of issues related to employment and industrial law and we can provide advice and assistance across all matters including:

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Blog Posts - Industrial & Employment Law

Medical discharge of firefighter due to PSTD overturned by NSW IRC

Employer’s decision to medically discharge a firefighter with history of PTSD was wrong

NSW Industrial Relations Commission determines the medical discharge of a firefighter, due to PTSD, was wrong and decision overturned.

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Signing a deed of release may affect your ongoing worker’s compensation benefits

Signing a deed of release may affect your ongoing worker’s compensation benefits

In this article, we explore how a deed of release can affect an injured worker’s ongoing worker’s compensation benefits following termination of employment.

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RTBU wins an underpayment of wages case for its Sydney bus drivers

Win for RTBU in underpayment of wages case

Hall Payne Lawyers successfully represented the RTBU and its members in Federal Court proceedings against Transit Systems Pty Ltd for failing to pass on annual wage increases.

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Interpreting termination of employment

Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission endorses a broader definition of ‘termination of employment’

The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has overturned a 2021 decision which led that demotion amounts to dismissal where employment continues with a significant drop in remuneration. What does this new decision mean for workers and employers?

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