Whatever happens, it’s the consequences of the dismissal from work that causes me the most concern. In my experience, rarely is any thought given (by either side of the equation) to the personal circumstances of the dismissed person. Only after it happens, and the reality of a situation sinks in, does the individual start to come to grips with the mountain of problems they will face.
Getting Help for Unfair Dismissal
Being told you don’t have a job, regardless of your status in the world, is always a difficult moment. I know this, because in a legal career expanding some 16 years, I’ve seen the hurt and damage associated with the dismissal of many persons.
The initial reaction is largely the same – bitter disappointment and anger. Sometimes, the employee is at fault and shouldn’t have done what they did. Similarly, there are unscrupulous employers who simply do the wrong thing.
The law is designed to protect the individual from the unscrupulous employer.
Helping an employee out in times of trouble is our business.
And here’s where we want to helpout.
Helping an employee out in times of trouble is our business. Whether that is by way of making a demand on your employer, commencing proceedings or simply pointing you in the right direction – for us, it’s all about helping out.
You should expect from every advisor that they go about their business in a cost-effective, efficient and diligent manner. At Anderson Gray Lawyers, it’s what we strive to do every day.
And, we know our business doesn’t stop with you. We want to be the law firm that you are happy to refer to your network of friends, if ever any of them find themselves in trouble at work. You can contact our Sydney branch, or search for us in a city near you.