Workplace and Employment Law

These quarterly articles are written by Andreyev Lawyers focus on the very latest Workplace and Employment Law issues impacting on SME business owners.

About Andreyev Lawyers

Andreyev Lawyers is a full-service commercial law firm operating in Sydney and Adelaide. The firm provides modern legal services to businesses, independently minded entrepreneurs, and investors and their families. The firm’s philosophy is “you come first, not our egos or our profits”.

Andreyev Lawyers employment law specialists provide legal services to both employers and employees on a range of employment law matters, including:

  • compliance with the Fair Work Act 2009(Cth) and associated legislation;
  • dealing with Fair Work Commission disputes;
  • employment contracts and related documents (including post-employment restraints);
  • HR policies; and
  • occupational health, safety & welfare issues

For specialist advice on employment law and other commercial matters, contact Louise Russo on 1300 654 590.

Alternatively, you can visit the Andreyev Lawyers website for a full range of the firm’s services, including useful articles and information.

To read an article, click on the subject matter:

How to Manage Flexible Working Arrangements June, 2022
Importance of Contractual Terms in Determining Independent Contractors vs Employees March, 2022
Factors to Consider Before Implementing a Mandatory COVID 19 Vaccination Policy December, 2021
Privacy Issues for Employers September, 2021
What Employers Should Know About Changes to Casual Employment June, 2021
How to avoid an Unfair Dismissal Claim for a Poor Performing Employee March, 2021
Legal Issues for Employees Working from Home December, 2020
How to Lawfully Stand Down Employees During COVID 19 September, 2020
Difference Between a Stood Down or Terminated or Redundant Employee June, 2020
Casual Employees Now Have Unfair Dismissal Rights March, 2020



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