You’re involved in a workplace dispute. You can’t ignore it. You need to know what your rights and responsibilities are. For both employers and employees, the laws governing the workplace are difficult to navigate. If you miss a required step or a deadline, there is no do-over.
As an employee your job is a big part of your life, so when something goes wrong at work, of course this is extremely distressing. You may lack the confidence to deal with your employer directly, and you don’t know what your rights are. The whole process is intimidating in the extreme.
For employers a workplace dispute threatens the success of your business and affects the morale of other employees. You need to know whether you breached your obligations to your employee and if so, what the right commercial resolution might be.
There are clear strategies to deal with workplace disputes. Sladjana will guide you through the complexity of workplace law and find a solution that will give you the best outcome in the circumstances. After this process is complete, you will be able to move on with your life.
To get started, call Sladjana for an initial no-obligation chat on 0410 900 248.
At the end of this call she will book in a time to walk you through the strategies in more detail. She will summarise the agreed plan in writing with a fixed quote, and then help you to implement it.
Sladjana and her family built a new life in Australia after being forced to leave their homeland as a result of war. She knows what it is like to face life changing events and come through them successfully. You need someone who has the strength to help you defend or prosecute your case in the stressful arena of workplace relations law – someone who prides herself on having more than one plan up her sleeve!
- Bachelor of Business and Commerce (majoring in industrial relations and human resources), University of Western Sydney
- Bachelor of Laws, University of Western Sydney
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW
Member of the Law Society of NSW