A Whole New Approach in Australia 2021

A Whole New Approach in Australia 2021

Introduction:

Gary Pinchen and the team at A Whole New Approach, get 10,000 plus hits on their web sites per month. These users are often those who have recently lost their job due to unfair dismissal and are seeking assistance in rectifying their workplace issues. Every month, this is the average now for over 20 years. When employees are looking for experience, advice, and support relating to workplace issues they go to A Whole New Approach (AWNA).

 

Here patterns of enquires are well established, unfair dismissals, discrimination, disputes, harassment, and bullying. What’s extraordinary is in the last 2 weeks the overwhelming inquiries regarding redundancy. We all know the economy is not good, Qantas is laying off staff, retails are doing the same. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had detrimental effects on every industry in Australia.

Gary Pinchenbelieves

Gary Pinchenbelieves the economy and the unemployment rate in Australia is far higher than the government realizes. How can Gary say that? , Well, Unfair Dismissals Australia are at the coal face of the inquiries. People us before going to Services Australia (Centrelink), before they finish up.
Once again, Gary will say it, and unions don’t like him stating this but the team at AWNA are here for the employee, and they want you to hang onto your job. Unions won’t take a step backward; they still want pay rises for everybody.

The advice of Gary and the team at AWNA is to take the pay cut if you have to, reduce your hours if you have to, take on additional duties if it helps, it’s going to reach the point “any job is a good job”. Don’t be the one left out of work and stressing to find an income.

Then next year, if the employer has taken advantage of you and the economy is picking up, then change, move on, at least in the meantime you have paid your bills, take care of your family and the stress has not destroyed your relationships.
Will this approach lead to a reduced standard of living? maybe, but the alternative is government handouts, and that’s definitely a reduced standard of living. Think about it, is a reduced standard of living worse than no income? Constant stress, scraping the barrel to feed your children and family? In the next 12 months, we would suggest being wise and taking precautions around the workplace to ensure the safety of your income and family.

Last Word:

We are being told what to do by politicians on $200-$300k a year. Doctors who want everybody in lockdowns on $300-400k, unions offices on $150-250k, look after yourself. And take advice, act lawfully in your best interest.

Give Gary Pinchen and the team at A Whole New Approach a call if you are in need of more assistance regarding your current workplace issues.

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