Employment and Workplace Relations

At Hynes Legal, we have a depth of experience and expertise in Body Corporate and, where necessary, we work with our specialist Employment and Workplace Relations team to provide advice and assistance to our clients in all areas of employment, workplace relations, health and safety law.

Some of the issues that bodies corporate need to consider in this area are:

  • contractor engagement and the risks associated with “sham contracting”;
  • bullying and harassing conduct by owners, residents and tenants; and
  • putting in place appropriate policies and procedures to meet workplace, health and safety requirements .

For further details on the complete range of employment and workplace relations advice we provide to our clients, please refer to our dedicated section.

Examples of articles where we talk about these issues:
What does a committee and the board of directors of BHP have in common?
More on the Work Health and Safety Act 2011

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