Everyone works better when they feel like their workplace is fair and equal. Antunes Lawyers can draft an equal opportunity policy for your workplace to promote a positive workplace culture.

Equal access to employment based on merit is a right, and employers have a responsibility to provide and protect workers’ rights. An equal opportunity policy can be an important tool for your business to create a fairer workplace. 

An equal opportunity policy assists with mitigating liability, by showing that reasonable steps were taken to improve workplace culture, and by improving the workplace culture, you can make your staff feel safer at work and boost productivity.

We can help you to draft a policy that sets out the employers’ responsibilities, the policies surrounding recruitment, dismissal, and discrimination, and set out a clear and fair process for employees to complain and have complaints resolved.

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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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