Commercially savvy with over 30 years of experience, Tim provides pragmatic employment advice to his clients.

Tim advises on all aspects of employment law including enterprise bargaining, equal opportunity, entitlements and awards interpretation, termination and dismissal disputes, disciplinary process and termination and restructuring and redundancy.

Tim acts for employers across a broad range of industries including retail and manufacturing, professional services, higher education and research, in addition to executives and managers on their individual employment issues. Tim is also able to assist with policy development, implementation and training.

Tim is an accredited mediator and regularly advises employers in relation to mediations and conciliations, bringing a strategic approach to the resolution of workplace issues and problems.

Tim represents clients in the Fair Work Commission as well as all Victorian and Federal Courts. He holds a Masters of Law from the London School of Economics and is a Sessional Lecturer at La Trobe Law School and the Leo Cussen Institute and former chairperson of the Workplace Relations section of the Law Institute of Victoria.

Areas of Expertise

Key focus areas:

  • Employment & Enterprise Agreements
  • Entitlements & Award Interpretation
  • Termination & Dismissal Disputes
  • Disciplinary Process & Termination
  • General Workplace Compliance
  • Restructuring & Redundancy
  • Transfer of Business
  • Policy Development, Implementation & Training

Recent Articles by Tim Greenall

Employee not entitled to demand flexible work arrangements

Under the National Employment Standards, an employee who is the parent, or has the responsibility for the care of a child who is of school age or younger, is entitled to request a change to his/her working arrangements because of...
15 October, 2019

Senate upholds new Fair Work Regulation clarifying offsetting rules for casual loading payments

As featured in previous issues of Workplace Insights, the Full Federal Court has held that an employee employed as a casual and ostensibly paid casual loading, was nonetheless entitled to payment of accrued annual leave upon termination of his employment...
30 September, 2019

Test case on set-off of casual employee entitlement to annual leave

Casual employee entitlement to annual leave to be explored in test case to mitigate the effects of the Full Federal Court Decision in WorkPac Pty Ltd v Skene [2018] FCCA 3035.
27 November, 2018