“When I decided to leave traditional legal practice, I went on a journey to find the right type of flexible work for me. I met with top tier firms, mid tier firms and big corporates but none were the right fit, recruiters refused to put me forward for jobs I was plainly highly qualified for because of my desire to work flexibly. It was then that I realised I could create the work I wanted to do flexibly myself, and in fact, felt I had an obligation to, so I founded Resolution123.”
Tom* had worked for his employer for several years. He was in a safety critical role and had one assistant to help him with safety critical functions.Read more
Kate* requested to return to work part time after her first baby, to which her employer agreed.Read more
Brent* was a long term employee, employed in the position of Chief Technology Officer. His employer brought in a new manager to make changes and he created a new job,Read more
1 in 2 women experience pregnancy or carer’s discrimination at work, can you believe that?
What is a “sham” redundancy?
A sham redundancy is where your employer dismisses your employment for redundancy but any of the following is true:
your job is still required to be performed;Read more
Have you been unfairly dismissed?
Harsh, unjust or unreasonable
Each year the Fair Work Commission publishes an annual report which discloses useful information for employees in relation to a number of claims including unfair dismissal claims.Read more
On the last day of #flexibleworkweek I want to share my work story and how I came to give up a job as a partner in a law firm to found my own #startup legal tech disruptor.