Keeping pace with the changing landscape of workplace law provides a challenge to lawyers and business owners and managers. Clifford Gouldson’s Workplace Law team has for many years taken a leading role in delivering the workplace, employment and industrial relations advice and educational information needed by the business community.
Keeping the ancillary costs associated with a workforce to manageable levels, including the legal costs, is critical for any successful business. As businesses grow this becomes increasingly important. By providing the same expertise offered by Brisbane or Sydney based workplace and employment lawyers at a much lower cost and with a better local understanding we demonstrate our commitment to assisting business maintain their profitable positions.
Most of our region’s largest employers and dozens of small to medium enterprises have benefitted from the breadth and depth of expertise offered by the only team of full-time workplace lawyers on the Darling Downs. Whether they are corporations, family owned businesses, local government or not for profits our clients receive advice that is accurate, in plain English and takes account of their individual circumstances.
Clifford Gouldson’s Workplace team always gives your advice with an eye on your commercial objectives and the wider impact that employee issues can have on your financial position as well as your reputation within the wider community. We strive to put you in the best possible legal position but we also understand the sensitive nature of the advice we give and the value that you place on your reputation and the respect you have for your workforce.Our team of lawyers offer clients workplace law services including:
- Employee Recruitment Management & Planning
- Strategic Workplace Relations Advice
- Employee Management Advice
- Industrial Relations Advice and Litigation
- Workplace Health & Safety
Contact a member of our workplace team for further information or advice:
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