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Employment Advisors operate throughout Australia supporting employers, employees and contractors achieve their workplace relations goals from our South-East Queensland locations, with premises both in Brisbane and Gold Coast and meeting space on the Sunshine Coast.
Our Approach: When we represent you, it is for keeps
We don’t save goodwill with an opponent for the next customer, which unions often have to do because they have to deal with the same employer representatives. So even when individual representations happen, unions often have an eye of the collective bargaining as well.
That is not our way. When we support you, we support you. And if that leaves the other side, broken, possibly even bankrupt, and reputation in tatters, well then they should have thought about that before taking you on. Boo hoo for them. That said, brutal litigation often leaves collateral damage closer to home and it is our responsibility to give you a clear lie of the land ahead, irrespective of the strategies being considered.
Our Approach: We are Open-Minded & Unshockable
Employment Advisors believe deeply in the philosophy of open mindedness. Whatever you problem, whatever the business. From serious allegations of sexual harassment, misappropriation of funds to under-performing allegations, we have seen it all. Some of our clients wear suits and ties and others footie shorts. From single mums being duped when returning from maternity leave to multinational corporations looking at redundancies, to “colourful business identities”, we have seen nearly everything. Our team at Employment Advisors perform our best by being ourselves and respecting diversity. So be comfortable being yourself.
Our Approach: We are Consultants and Strategists, not lawyers. Proudly so.
Employment Advisors’ team of industrial relations consultants are not lawyers, and proudly so. We work with and against lawyers all the time. Our strength comes from knowing their game, and knowing the Fair Work framework
Industrial relations advocacy
Fair Work Commission representation