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What's No Win No Fee?

We understand that in trying financial times it can be hard to pay an hourly rate for employment advice. This is why our advocates work in most cases on a 'no win no fee' basis.


What does no win no fee mean?

Basically, if we take your case on on a no win no fee basis this means that our fee comes out of whatever we can achieve for you. This means that you don't need to pay our hourly rate as we go along and whether we work ten hours or 50 hours, your fee is 1/3+GST of what we achieve for you. This way, there is no financial risk for you as you explore options to resolve your employment problem.


Note: Sometimes there are fixed fees, ie, to file with the Fairwork Commission, but this is all laid out in our terms and conditions.


When do we charge a fee?

Some cases aren't suitable for a no win no fee situation, as we aren't seeking a financial outcome for you. This can include work like negotiating notice periods or representing you in disciplinary meetings.


If you have any further questions about our cost structure, don’t be afraid to get in touch.

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