image of Saul HarbenSaul Harben

Clayton Utz Partner , Perth T +61 8 9426 8219 +61 407 478 648

For over twenty years, Saul has advised employers throughout Australia on all aspects of workplace relations law in the energy & resources, transport & logistics, higher education and retail & finance sectors. Saul acts for a number of Australia's largest building and construction companies providing both strategic and operational advice.

Saul has a specialised focus on workplace health and safety, in particular with a number of clients in the energy and resources sector, including offshore oil and gas.

Saul works closely with his clients to develop communication plans associated with changes in the workplace, in particular in relation to restructuring in the workplace.

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Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety

Industrial relations

Saul’s experience includes preparing industrial relations strategies and the implementation of those strategies, advising clients in negotiating collective and individual industrial instruments, and resolving industrial disputes.

Employee relations

Saul’s experience includes preparing employment contracts, preparing and reviewing workplace policies and procedures and advising on performance management, termination of employment and redundancy/restructure issues. Saul also has conducted a number of complex workplace investigations.

Equal opportunity

Saul’s experience includes advising on workplace EEO investigations, conducting EEO litigation and strategies for managing ill and injured employees.

Workplace Health and Safety (WHS)

Saul’s experience includes advising on WHS obligations (including at the Board level), assisting with investigations into workplace accidents and conducting WHS litigation.

Executive remuneration

Saul’s experience includes preparing executive employment agreements, employee share option plans, short-term and long-term incentive arrangements and termination of employment of senior executives.

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