Laure Kenworthy is a lawyer and valuable member of Coleman Greig’s Employment Law team.
Laure has gained experience in industrial relations, alternative dispute resolution, mediation, and employment law assisting clients with employment agreements, workplace policies, determining modern award and pay-related issues, COVID-19 workplace policy and management. She has also assisted employers with their pay systems and compliance with the National Employment Standards.
Laure works to identify and meet the best interests of her clients according to a practical knowledge of current and emerging employment law and enables her clients in establishing a solid platform to achieve their business goals.
She also has a strong interest in the use of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms to manage and resolve employment-related disputes. Passionate about problem solving, Laure is firmly committed to working to best practice professionally and ethically. Taking a personal approach is important to Laure.
Laure has worked with a range of small to medium-sized enterprises and family owned businesses. Passionate about communicating with her clients and audience in plain English, Laure contributes to various publications and e-news articles including training course handbooks for members of the civil construction industry.
Her more recent publications have included articles addressing topics such as recent Fair Work Commission decisions and the government COVID-19 directions and training course content focussed on issues such as ‘Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace’, ‘Right of Entry’, and ‘The Workplace Relations Framework in Australia’.
Laure volunteers at a local music association which has involved a volunteer-run and weekly jazz music night. She has also volunteered at an annual fundraising event to support people with Alzheimer’s disease and was a volunteer for the Salvation Army for over 12-months.
Outside of work, Laure enjoys spending time outdoors and enjoys playing football.