Let us manage your HR matters and help you comply with the law and protect your business


We will allocate you a workplace relations specialist who will become familiar with your business and assist you with managing all of your HR matters.

Your allocated specialist will also advise as you need it covering all aspects of the Fair Work Act and employment laws, such as:

  • Wage Rates, Allowances, Leave and other employee entitlements
  • Workplace Policies and Procedures
  • Managing Poor Employee Performance
  • Redundancies and other Termination of Employment


You will be given instant online access to our wide range of more than 50 standard and customisable Employment Documents, including:

  • Employment Contracts for all employees
  • Policies and Procedures Handbooks
  • General HR letters / documents
  • Warning Letters
  • Termination Notices
  • Redundancy Letters
For a full list of our available HR Documents, CLICK HERE


We can carry out a complete Compliance Audit of all of your current HR documents and processes, including:

  • Employment Agreements
  • Policies and Procedures Handbook
  • Pay rates and Award classifications

Upon completion of the audit, we will provide you with a detailed report identifying any non-compliances, and recommendations for achieving compliance.

This service is an optional extra.

Fair Work Facts

  • There are more than 18,000 termination claims filed each year by employees claiming to have been terminated unfairly or in contravention of the law
  • The maximum compensation payable by an employer to an employee who has been unfairly dismissed is more than $80,000
  • Each year, the Ombudsman recovers millions of dollars from employers on behalf of thousands of underpaid employees across Australia
  • In addition to the above, the Obudsman has been successful in prosecuting employers who have underpaid their employees and securing large monetary penalties to be paid by those employers

Fair Work Centre provides Expert Workplace Advice and HR Documentation to ensure Australian employers can take steps to avoid the above pitfalls