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Joydeep Hor

Joydeep Hor

People + Culture StrategiesLevel 9NAB HouseSydneyAustraliaNSW 2000
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Labour & Employment

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Joydeep Hor is enthusiastically recommended by peers who describe him as "incredibly strategic; a lateral thinker who is entrepreneurial in his approach, which clients appreciate".

Biography

Joydeep Hor is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s owner-president management programme and one of Australia’s highest-profile lawyers and legal entrepreneurs.

Joydeep studied at the University of Sydney for both his undergraduate degree (majoring in English literature with his bachelor of laws (honours)) and his master of laws (focusing on labour and employment law). Joydeep has been ranked as a leading lawyer in Chambers (2010–present) and Doyle’s Guide, and he was recognised as Australia’s 2016 Workplace Relations Lawyer of the Year at Corporate LiveWire’s Legal Awards.

Joydeep started his career at a global firm, before moving to a specialist workplace relations firm where he was made an equity partner at 28 and was also elected managing partner (2005–2010). Joydeep’s first book Inside Employee Screening was published in 1999 and he has authored several books since, including Managing Workplace BehaviourManaging Termination of Employment and Finders Keepers: A Guide to Attracting and Retaining Great Employees. He has been a keynote speaker at conventions and industry events, and has provided comment for Channel 7, the ABC and Sky News. In 2016 Joydeep represented Australia at the International Forum on Employment Law.

In 2010, Joydeep founded a groundbreaking practice in the legal industry, People and Culture Strategies (PCS). It was established to be unlike any other legal firm, with an emphasis on working with clients to prevent disputation and legal problems arising within their organisations, as opposed to a mere “reactive” provider. PCS now serves over 1,250 employers (with a particularly strong reputation for sensitive employee separation issues, matters of workplace bullying and harassment, and strategic solutions to people-management challenges).

National Leader

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Joydeep Hor is an employment specialist with a particular focus on dispute resolution and workplace harassment.

Biography

Joydeep Hor is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s owner-president management programme and one of Australia’s highest-profile lawyers and legal entrepreneurs.

Joydeep studied at the University of Sydney for both his undergraduate degree (majoring in English literature with his bachelor of laws (honours)) and his master of laws (focusing on labour and employment law). Joydeep has been ranked as a leading lawyer in Chambers (2010–present) and Doyle’s Guide, and he was recognised as Australia’s 2016 Workplace Relations Lawyer of the Year at Corporate LiveWire’s Legal Awards.

Joydeep started his career at a global firm, before moving to a specialist workplace relations firm where he was made an equity partner at 28 and was also elected managing partner (2005–2010). Joydeep’s first book Inside Employee Screening was published in 1999 and he has authored several books since, including Managing Workplace BehaviourManaging Termination of Employment and Finders Keepers: A Guide to Attracting and Retaining Great Employees. He has been a keynote speaker at conventions and industry events, and has provided comment for Channel 7, the ABC and Sky News. In 2016 Joydeep represented Australia at the International Forum on Employment Law.

In 2010, Joydeep founded a groundbreaking practice in the legal industry, People and Culture Strategies (PCS). It was established to be unlike any other legal firm, with an emphasis on working with clients to prevent disputation and legal problems arising within their organisations, as opposed to a mere “reactive” provider. PCS now serves over 1,250 employers (with a particularly strong reputation for sensitive employee separation issues, matters of workplace bullying and harassment, and strategic solutions to people-management challenges).

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