Employment and workplace relations law in Australia is made up of a myriad of often complicated and interrelated federal, state and common laws. Practical Law Australia Employment has been designed to provide you with practical know-how you need to navigate this complex area of law.Start free trial
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Gain clarity on complicated and interrelated federal, state and common laws and let our team of expert employment law writers guide you through the complexities of an employment matter.
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"Practical Law Australia Employment provides lawyers and HR/IR professionals with practical tools to guide and support you through the complexities of an employment matter. You'll act with confidence and save time knowing that our practice notes, checklists, precedents and template letters are constantly updated to reflect the latest developments in law and cover all the bases. I'm proud of my team of employment legal writers, all with recent specialist practice experience, and who are dedicated to delivering clear, concise legal knowledge to busy practitioners."
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The law around post-employment obligations and restraints involves multiple considerations for employers seeking to place limits on their employees' future ventures.
This toolkit provides a collection of practical know-how resources to help you navigate the complexities of post-employment obligations, including:
- Practice note: Confidentiality
- Precedent: Letter to former employee about post-employment obligations
- Checklist: Checklist of information needed to draft an effective restraint of trade