Termination Of Employment
MKI Legal are experts in assisting you if you have been dismissed from your employment. Our staff have advised thousands of employees regarding the termination of their employment.
It is important to get the right advice to find out if your dismissal was in breach of the law. Call us today to have a free discussion so we can provide you with information about your rights.
Remember that you only have 21 days from the date that your dismissal took effect (that is your last day at work) to lodge a claim.
How We Can Help
Unfair Dismissal Lawyers
We created a comprehensive guide explaining everything you need to know about unfair dismissal, and we also discuss another termination claim called general protections.
Many people have heard of unfair dismissal but not many have heard of general protections. Unlike unfair dismissal, there are far fewer restrictions on who can lodge a general protections claim and there is no compensation cap.
What To Do If You Have Been Dismissed
Losing your job is never easy, but it doesn't have to be the end of the world. This article provides a roadmap of what to do if you have already been dismissed. It details actionable steps you should take immediately after dismissal.
Manager & Executive Dismissals
If you are a manager or an executive, MKI Legal has experience assisting people in your situation deal with the extra complexities arising from your type of dismissals.
Examples Of Common Unlawful Dismissal Scenarios
We examine examples of different circumstances where an employee will likely be successful in a dismissal claim against the company. However, there are many more examples than we could possibly list here.
In this guide, we explain the meaning of genuine redundancy, redundancy pay and what action you can take if you believe that your redundancy wasn't correctly handled by the business.
Notice Final Pay
We discuss some basic information that you should be aware of when reviewing your final pay to ensure you’ve been paid correctly.
An unlawful termination claim can be commenced by an employee who is not in the national system. For example, those employed by a sole trader or an unincorporated partnership in Western Australia (just to name a few).
We explain what happens if a business goes into liquidation and how to recover your entitlements if the business is unable to pay you.