Have you been sacked, made redundant or told to go quietly? Use this app to find out what you can do about it by understanding your rights to sue for Unfair Dismissal under Australia’s Fair Work Act.

WorkLawyers Unfair Dismissal Assessor app is ground breaking legal software that combines an employment lawyer’s understanding of the Fair Work Act with the user’s facts and applies them to the main legal hurdles that an employee must overcome to have their Unfair Dismissal claim heard in Australia’s Fair Work Commission.

By doing that WorkLawyers Unfair Dismissal Assessor App allows people to understand whether or not they are eligible to make a claim for Unfair Dismissal in minutes. Best of all the app is free.

Specifically, the WorkLawyers app sets out the jurisdictional barriers (was the person dismissed, are they within time to make a claim, did they work past their probation period and are they affected by the High-Income threshold) that if resolved in favour of the person show they can make a valid claim for Unfair Dismissal.

The app then offers to make a summary of the information provided for the user for future use. It is then up to the person to take it further if they wish. Given the vast majority of claims for unfair dismissal settle, it is often the case that claims for Unfair dismissal do not require a person to “go (or pay to go) to Court”

As part of WorkLawyers’ commitment to reducing the cost of justice, this app is free, however ratings and feedback of the app are encouraged.
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Additional Information

Updated
May 25, 2018
Size
1.7M
Installs
10+
Current Version
1.0
Requires Android
4.0.3 and up
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Users Interact
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Offered By
WorkLawyers Employment Lawyer Australia wide.
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