When issues happen in the workplace, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) is the body that decides who’s in the wrong and making mistakes in your application can cost you.  The FWC doesn’t provide legal guidance through the process so the help of Antunes Lawyers can give you the best chance of success.

If you’re making an application to Fair Work or facing a Fair Work Ombudsman investigation, seeking expert legal advice and representation is essential to achieve a positive outcome.

Before you make an application to the Fair Work Commission, it’s important that you understand your rights, entitlements, and the realistic likelihood of a successful claim. Our lawyers can advise you on the best course of action in your unique situation and save you from mistakes that could cost you money or potentially damage your professional reputation.

Our experienced employment team can assist both employers and employees faced with Fair Work proceedings, provide strategic advice on jurisdictional issues, and negotiate a positive outcome for clients.

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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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