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People + Culture Strategies
Level 9, NAB House
255 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000

Tel: +61 (2) 8094 3101
Fax: +61 (2) 8094 3100


Joydeep is the firm’s Founder and Managing Principal. He is one of Australia’s most well-known workplace relations lawyers due to his high media profile (both as a sought-after media commentator and prolific keynote speaker including appearing regularly as a guest commentator on various TV programmes) and his representation of several high profile clients throughout his career.

While an expert in all areas of workplace relations, Joydeep is one of Australia’s “go to” lawyers for complex and sensitive terminations of employment and also for addressing all aspects of workplace behaviour and culture (such as bullying and harassment).

With professional qualifications already as a Fellow of the Australian Human Resources Institute, Chartered Fellow of the United Kingdom’s Institute of Personnel and Development, a Master of Laws from University of Sydney (where he previously completed a Bachelor of Laws with Honours degree and a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English literature) Joydeep is currently a participant in Harvard Business School’s Owner/President Program.

People + Culture Strategies:

PCS has established itself as a unique provider of workplace relations legal solutions in Australia. Validation of PCS’ growth was demonstrated by its recognition in the 2013 BRW Faster Starters list and its nomination as one of the Employment Specialist Firms of the Year in Australia and New Zealand in the ALB Awards in every year of PCS’ existence.

PCS offers a unique value proposition: partnering with clients through approachable and pragmatic advice, providing flexible pricing models to suit organisations large and small (including monthly retainer arrangements) and delivering a comprehensive program of education events, webinars and other value-add activities. In addition, the firm’s expertise extends to non-traditional services to it’s clients’ HR/Legal functions including investigations, coaching and mentoring programs, strategic planning, industry-leading training and facilitation.

PCS’ legal team includes some of Australia’s foremost workplace law advisers, trainers and litigators with experience in every Australian jurisdiction and across all industries.

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