Employment

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We understand that workplace issues can be sensitive, and involve difficult dynamics. Our expert employment lawyers will ensure that you are well placed to make the best decisions for your staff or yourself. However, if the courtroom can’t be avoided, you can trust us to be straight with you, to develop effective strategies, provide strong representation and achieve the best possible outcome for you.

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Morrison Kent - Employment Law

Q&A - Ask an employment lawyer

27 January 2021 | Tess von Dadelszen

The team at Morrison Kent have partnered with JUNO Investing to answers your legal questions. This month, it’s employment issues.

Ask an Expert with JUNO. Is there something you wish you could ask a lawyer? Whether it’s related to business,...

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New Bill seeks to curtail use of restraint of trade provisions
23 September 2022 | Tess von Dadelszen

Restraint of trade clauses are commonly used provisions in employment agreements that (at a high level) prevent, for specified time periods and within...

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Queen Elizabeth II Memorial Day Act 2022 – what does this mean for you and/or your business?
22 September 2022 | Tess von Dadelszen

Today, the Queen Elizabeth II Memorial Day Act 2022 came into force, after receiving royal assent yesterday.  The Act’s purpose is to provide for “a...

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Managing and responding to personal grievance claims
6 September 2022 | Tess von Dadelszen

Personal grievances can be stressful to be on the receiving end of (and sometimes upsetting where allegations are personal).  However, having a proper...

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