To get started, we offer a free 20 minute discussion, to determine your legal needs. Following this, you can decide if you would like to proceed with a full consultation.
Depending on your preference, choose from either a 1 hour initial online consultation, or 1-1.5 hour face-to-face discussion with an employment lawyer.
We understand that you’ve worked hard to establish your career and it’s not just a job, it’s your passion.
It can be soul destroying to lose out when you’ve invested so much. When your livelihood is at stake, your quality of life is also impacted. Anxiety, stress and frustration are common when there is uncertainty in your place of employment.
That’s where we come in. If you think you are a victim of unfair dismissal, general protections, discrimination, bullying or harassment or you have been underpaid or mistreated, we are here to assist.
You don’t have to feel powerless; we help you navigate the legal system, to understand your rights and make informed decisions.
After an initial consultation, we’ll establish whether you have a case and advise on the best approach.
We are committed to putting the power back in your hands, ensuring you are in control of the entire process of resolving your employment law issues.
When you engage Rubix Legal, you can be sure that we are dedicated to caring for your overall well-being.
Have you been unfairly dismissed from your employment? You may have a case under the Fair Work Act, which states that you must be given a valid reason and afforded procedural fairness before termination.
If you’ve been treated adversely in the workplace because you exercised a workplace right, were temporarily absent due to illness or have been discriminated against, our employment lawyers are here to assist.
Discrimination occurs when you are treated less favourably in the workplace than another employee, just because you have a particular attribute such as age, gender, marital status or ethnicity. This is a breach of State and Federal discrimination laws.
Bullying and harassment includes, but is not limited to, receiving repeated and unwanted acts by someone else that are intimidating or hurtful, or unwanted advances of a sexual nature.
When an employee’s position is made redundant due to financial difficulties or company restructure, it is important to seek legal advice. Our employment lawyers can lead you through the process to ensure that you get what you deserve and aren’t misinformed.
There’s nothing worse than being underpaid. An employee must be paid what they are entitled to, under the applicable Modern Award, the Enterprise Agreement, or their Employment Contract.