Harmers Workplace Lawyers offers comprehensive training programs and resources that are tailored to meet the organisational needs of our clients.

Our practitioners are highly experienced in providing practical and commercially relevant training sessions to boards, senior management teams and staff at all levels on all aspects of employment and industrial law including:

  • Work health and safety;
  • conducting workplace investigations;
  • appropriate workplace behaviours (including equal opportunity, diversity, and issues of discrimination, harassment and bullying);
  • complaint handling and grievance procedures;
  • performance management and termination of employment;
  • separation management and redundancy;
  • responsible use of social media;
  • recruitment and contract formation;
  • protection of confidential information;
  • restraints of trade for key personnel;
  • corporate governance and risk management in an employment context;
  • responsibilities and compliance obligations arising under privacy laws;
  • managing injured, ill and absent employees;
  • good faith bargaining; and
  • creating and implementing enterprise agreements.


“I would like to recommend Emma Pritchard and Jenny Inness from Harmers Workplace Lawyers. They conducted Bullying and Harassment training throughout our organisation from the Executive Leadership Team through to retail store managers. The training was informative, engaging and expertly delivered. It was effective because they used relevant case law to illustrate the importance of championing a ‘harassment free workplace’. The P&C team received a lot of positive feedback about the training from the participants. We look forward to partnering with them again on future training and using their expertise to assist B&L in navigating the complexity of changes to workplace laws.”

Amanda Cameron
IR/ER Lead
Best & Less Group

“I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to Harmers for being an active partner in Solotel’s inclusiveness program, they have delivered such a well-planned series of sessions in Human Rights Compliance that resonated and impacted many of our employees. With the unfortunate industry norms that still exist, Solotel is wanting to lead the charge in making real change. The training that Harmers delivers brings the issues of sexual harassment, bullying and discrimination to the surface, opening up a safe forum of discussion for our employees.

Harmers not only facilitated this learning with deep knowledge of the legal framework, however in an empathetic and relatable manner through real cases and stories. Solotel recognises the importance of building awareness and due diligence in the way we conduct business, therefore the training that Harmers provides aligns with our values of diversity, authenticity and belonging.”

Sarah-Ellen Maxwell
People & Performance Director