Employment Law

Created by Denim Law

Employment Law

Introduction

Specially designed by experienced solicitors working with our IT consultants, this add on is a modern, complete workflow specially targeting federal employment law. Engaging with both the Fair Work Commission and the Federal Circuit Court, this workflow is comprehensive and extensive. Yet, in crafting the workflow with your staff’s needs in mind, they will still benefit from considerable ease of use in matter management, in spite of the wide range of data and documents.

Instead of the time-consuming nature of repetitive tasks and blank forms, this add on has routinised and streamlined the process. With time at a premium, these newly created precedents, in addition to flow-oriented workflows with guiding steps, mean that efficiency is but assured. Finally, with automated emails, auto-assigned tasks and customized data, Actionstep’s features are coordinately utilized for the optimal running of any matter.

Features

  • Customised workflows
  • Automated letters and court documents
  • Auto-assigned/allocated tasks and step management
  • Specifically designed custom data
  • Automated emails upon step change

Benefits:

  • Up-to-date workflow specifically designed for employment law
  • Avoiding ad hoc, time wasting tasks through workflows and automated steps
  • Essential client and matter details of documents pre-automated
  • Guiding and targeted workflows

Steps:

  • Initial Enquiry –> Client Engagement
  • Application to FWC / FCC
  • Conciliation
  • Formal Hearing
  • Wrap up / Close FIle
Disclaimer
The system additions, workflows, and/or document templates contained in this add-on are included as examples only, and you are solely responsible for configuring the system to meet your needs and to comply with local regulatory requirements. We update and maintain this add-on as per our third-party liaison recommendations, but cannot guarantee the contents will always remain up-to-date for your region. Actionstep and other providers will not be liable under the law of tort, contract or otherwise for any loss of profits or any indirect or consequential loss or damage, however caused, arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this add-on.

The add-on comes with a list of document templates for summary and indictable matters.

Fair Work Commission documents:

  • Form F1: Application (no specific form provided)
  • Form F2: Unfair Dismissal Application
  • Form F3: Employer response to unfair dismissal application
  • Form F4: Objection to application for unfair dismissal remedy
  • Form F5: Application for security for payment of costs
  • Form F6: Application for costs
  • Form F7: Notice of appeal
  • Form F8: General Protections application involving dismissal
  • Form F8A: Response to general protections application
  • Form F8B: Notification of agreement for consent arbitration of a general protections dispute
  • Form F8C: General Protections application not involving dismissal
  • Form F9: Application for the Commission to deal with an unlawful termination dispute
  • Form F10: Appln for Commission - dispute settlement procedure
  • Form F11: Appln for Commission - bargaining dispute
  • Form F12: Appln for Commission - right of entry dispute
  • Form F13: Appln for Commission - stand down dispute
  • Form F14: Appln for an order to stop industrial action
  • Form F30: Application for a majority support determination
  • Form F31: Application for a Scope Order
  • Form F32: Application for a Bargaining Order
  • Form F33: Application for a serious breach declaration
  • Form F72: Application for an order to stop bullying

Federal Circuit Court documents:

  • Affidavit of Service (Fair Work)
  • Form 6: Claim alleging reprisal (under the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009
  • Form 5: Small claim under the Fair Work Act 2009
  • Form 4: Claim alleging contravention of a general protection (under FWA 2009)
  • Form 3: Claim alleging unlawful termination of employment (under FWA 2009)
  • Form 2: Claim alleging dismissal in contravention of a general protection (FWA 2009)
  • Form 1: Claim for unlawful termination of employment (prior to July 2009 - under Workplace Relations Act 1996)
  • Letter to selected party
  • General Letter to Client

Monthly - $19.00 per user/month*

Outright - $2499 per firm

Outright + Onsite - a full day implementation by Systems specialist and solicitor. $4999. (Customised for your firm)

Install
Price $19.00 per user/month
Author Denim Consulting/DenimLaw
Contact

info@denim.com.au

Available in
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