Workplace Law Legal Services Package
Want ongoing advice without the hassle of fluctuating bills or uncertain fees?
We offer an Workplace Law Legal Services Package that includes:
- Quarterly newsletter with updates on changes to workplace relations
- A standard employment agreement
- Half hour advice every month
|Tailored Legal Documents||Basic||Standard||Professional|
|Basic Employment Agreement||✓||✓||✓|
|Tailored Employment Agreement for Specialised Staff||✘||✘||✓|
|Anti-Discrimination Policy, Anti-Bullying Policy||✘||✓||✓|
|Seminar on Occupational Health and Safety||✘||✘||✓|
|General Advice (1)||✘||✓||✓|
|Fees Per Month (Incl GST)||tba||$495.00||$990.00|
|Minimum Term||12 months||12 months||12 months|
|Discounted Legal Fees (4)||10%||12.5%||14.5%|
1. Subject to our General Advice Policy.
2. Discounted fees for ongoing work outside the relevant Legal Service Plan. Discounts are applied to our employee hourly rates as updated from time to time.
Each Legal Service Plan will automatically convert to an Advice Only Plan at the conclusion of the 12 month term unless you notify us in writing before the end of the term. The Advice Only plan includes 2 new general advice requests (30 mins each) per month in accordance with General Advice Policy. The Advice Only Legal Service Plan can be terminated at any time on 14 days written notice. Cost: $350 plus GST per month ($4,620 inc GST pa)
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