HR Legal Connect
Peace of Mind, Every Time
HR Legal Connect
Your trusted partners for navigating the
complexities of HR & Employment Law matters!
An award-winning team of dedicated Employment Law, Health & Safety and Human Resources
professionals available when you need us, to ensure the success of your business.
Our team provides a wide range of expert HR services tailored to your business needs, helping you to attract, develop, and retain top talent while ensuring compliance and fostering a positive work environment.
HR Legal Connect specialises in workers’ compensation, bullying, harassment, and dispute resolution. Rest assured, our approach prioritises your peace of mind.
Work Health & Safety
Rely on our skilled team for practical WHS compliance advice, with resources and tools to enhance workplace health and safety – and your peace of mind.
We're here to ensure you're always in Control
Why Choose HR Legal Connect?
We’re dedicated to supporting you! Unlike the typical call centre approach, HR Legal Connect stands out as a team based in Western Australia, committed to helping small and medium-sized businesses flourish.
Our goal is to provide extensive legal services and practical HR advice, ensuring personalised assistance from professionals who are dedicated and motivated to see you succeed!
Don't wait until it's too late!
Get ahead of potential problems with HR Legal Connects comprehensive advice service today!
The HR Legal Connect team provide human resources and legal support to small and medium sized businesses just like yours. By choosing to work with our team, you will have access to a cross section of award-winning professionals.
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Work demands include things like role overload, unrealistic time pressure, ambiguity or conflict, and emotional demands of the job, conflict arising from tasks, relationships, change management, a lack of organisational justice and a worker’s sense of fairness at work.
Under the new WHS regulations, I need keep my staff safe from psychosocial hazards, but don’t know where to start?
Under Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations, A Person Conducting Business or Undertaking (PCBU) is required to take proactive measures to identify, assess, control, and review psychosocial hazards.
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