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An employee (or an industrial association entitled to represent the employee) who is not a national system employee, or a national system employee who is not eligible to make a general protections application may make an unlawful termination application to the Commission if their employment has been terminated and they believe that the termination was in contravention of section 772(1) of the Fair Work Act 2009.

Our firm has always been filled with compassionate individuals who are not only empathetic but also very well trained in Australian workplace practises.

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If an employer has terminated an employee and they believe this action was done because of prohibited reason, the employee has 21 calendar days after the termination took effect, to lodge an application in the Fair Work Commission. Once an application is lodged, the Fair Work Commission will set the matter down for a conciliation conference, a private proceeding conducted by an independent conciliator. This conference is an informal method of resolving the dispute in which an independent conciliator will assist the parties in exploring options for resolution and help them to reach an agreement without the need for a formal hearing or court proceedings. If either party objects to a conference, an application for an interim injunction can be made and the matter can proceed directly to court.

Unlawful Termination .com.au is a subsidiary of AWNA. We provide Australia wide services and support and can accomodate unlawful termination enquiries in every state. This means, unlawful termination services are available in QLD, NSW, SA, VIC, ACT, NT, WA and TAS. Call the unlawful termination hotline on 1800 333 666 and get advice from a friendly expert who can begin assisting you right now.

Yes, it’s 100% free to consult with an unfair termination professional who is empathetic, compassionate and understanding. We understand making the first call can be uneasy at times so we handle all cases personally and remain with you throughout the whole process.

*We are not lawyers nor does anything we state constitute as legal advice.

Our unlawful termination experts are employed by AWNA, Australia’s leading workplace representatives. We specialize in the resolution of workplace disputes and unlawful termination. Our services also include workplace bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination. If you have an enquiry please take the time to get in touch with us on 1800 333 666 and we will happily assist you.

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