No one deserves to face discrimination, bullying and harassment in the workplace.  Antunes Lawyers can assist employees with discrimination claims, help employers deal with accusations, and create workplace policies that reduce the risk of future incidents.

The workplace can be a delicate environment. A robust discrimination, bullying, and harassment workplace policy can fortify your workplace against issues that may arise.

In Australia, there are various anti-discrimination laws which place the responsibility on employers to ensure that their employees are safe from unfair treatment. A comprehensive policy, drafted by a lawyer, can improve workplace culture, and establish procedures to ensure that discrimination, harassment, and bullying claims are addressed before they become a bigger problem.

No matter how small or large an incident is, if you are a victim of workplace discrimination, bullying, or harassment, you may be entitled to compensation or other remedies. Our lawyers can inform you of your rights and prepare a discrimination claim on your behalf.

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When issues occur in the workplace, a knowledgeable and compassionate lawyer can make all the difference.  

Your workplace can often become a second home, and feeling safe, appreciated, and respected in that environment can make all the difference in your daily quality of life. When issues in the workplace happen, things can quickly escalate and become difficult to manage on your own.

Our lawyers can lend their expertise and address workplace and employment-related issues before they become a bigger, and more expensive problem. Our team has extensive knowledge and experience dealing with all aspects of Employment and Workplace Relations. 

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