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Unfair dismissal, discrimination, breach of contract, employment tribunals, red tape and regulations, lawyers with huge charge-out rates and employees demonstrating an ever-increasing awareness of their rights as Australia develops a more litigious attitude.

For all businesses, employment law can hit where it hurts the most - the bottom line. Increasingly, too many employers are obtaining general and often misleading information from the internet and placing reliance on it; only to find out they should have sought specific and professional advice. When employing staff for the first time, many businesses owners lack the knowledge or experience to enable them to successfully negotiate through the employment law minefield.

TaxAssist Accountants can provide an employment law support service, which is a uniquely practical and extremely cost effective management service, which enables any employer to put in place and maintain up-to-date systems for recruiting and managing their employees, whilst complying fully with their legal requirements.

The HR service combines online access to an array of templates, precedents, model letters and general procedural guidance on each stage of the employment procedure online, together with unlimited access to a telephone and email helpline staffed by qualified employment lawyers who benefit from their day-to-day experiences as active employment solicitors.

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