Getting fired


These resources explain what an unlawful termination is and what your options are if you were dismissed from your job or have suffered negative treatment in your workplace. We explain what a general protections claim is and whether the regime applies to your matter.


What to do when you’ve been unfairly fired

If you’ve been fired or dismissed unfairly, you do have legal options. You can either take an unlawful termination claim to court, or make a general protections claim. You can’t do both, so be sure to read our resources carefully to make sure you choose the best option for your circumstances.

Sexual harassment and discrimination

If you’ve been sexually harassed or discriminated against at work, you can take action. Our resources explain what constitutes sexual harassment in the eyes of the law, and what to do if it happens to you.

Navigating the Federal Courts

If you choose to take your unlawful termination claim to court, you want to be prepared to represent yourself. Our resources explain what to expect, and how to prepare for court.

The Federal Courts are changing the way they operate in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read our resources on accessing courts and tribunals during the COVID-19 pandemic.