Unfair Dismissals NSW

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What is Unfair Dismissal in NSW?

An unfair dismissal occurs if an employee has been made redundant due to unfair circumstances. These unfair circumstances vary depending on the job, the situation and why the dismissal occurred. Often an employee is dismissed unfairly and due to not being aware of legalities in the workplace they miss a severance package or chance to appeal. 

If you are unsure on what to do a simple call to us will clarify everything and at the same time take a lot of stress off your shoulders. Give us a call 7 days a week on 1800 333 666.

What To Do

If you feel you have been unfairly dismissed by your employer contact us. A simple call with one of our staff can ease a lot of the stress you are going through and it only takes a couple of minutes. We have staff available 7 days a week. 1800 333 666

Is it Unfair Dismissal in NSW?

In some circumstances, a demotion may be an unfair dismissal. If an employee has been demoted or terminated from employment they may be eligible to apply for unfair dismissal in New South Wales.

If an employee has been demoted or terminated due to a workplace right, exercising a workplace right or propose to exercise a workplace right, they may be eligible to make a general protections claim in NSW.

If an employee is demoted or fired because of discrimination due to a protected attribute (eg race, disability, sex, sexuality), they may be able to make a discrimination claim in NSW.

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Talents Behind Our Success

Our success with helping NSW employees all falls back on our amazing staff. 7 Days a week staff here at Unfair Dismissals Australia are devoted to advising and assisting Australian employees and take real pride in what they do.

I found the attitude and professionalism of A Whole New Approach to be the best i've come across in Melbourne. They had time to listen my story of how I was unfairly dismissed and act on my behalf. A Whole New Approach did a magnificent job.
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Patricia
Jan, 2020

Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales (IRC)

In New South Wales, employees of the State public sector or local government are not protected under the national Fair Work system, unless their employer has a registered agreement in the national system. Employees not covered by the national system can pursue their industrial relations matter under their state system, which is the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales (IRC).

Fair Work Commission Sydney

A dismissed employee in New South Wales that does not work for a State government entity can pursue an unfair dismissal claim in the Fair Work Commission.

A dismissed employee in New South Wales that works for a State government entity can pursue an unlawful dismissal claim in the Fair Work Commission.

A dismissed employee in New South Wales that works for a local government entity can pursue an unlawful dismissal claim in the Fair Work Commission.

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