Employer only required to take all reasonable steps to issue notice of representational rights http://www.fwa.gov.au/decisionssigned/html/2011fwafb7453.htm An employee sought to overturn the approval of an enterprise agreement because he had not been given a notice of representational rights. The employee argued the employer had not taken ‘all reasonable steps’ to give the notice to employees (a […]
An employee sought to overturn the approval of an enterprise agreement because he had not been given a notice of representational rights. The employee argued the employer had not taken ‘all reasonable steps’ to give the notice to employees (a pre-requisite to the making of an agreement). The employer had posted the notice on notice […]
http://www.fwa.gov.au/decisionssigned/html/2011fwafb6772.htm Employers can add to Notice of Representation but need to be careful if doing so The Full Bench considered whether an employer can add to the statutory Notice of Representation it provides to relevant employees to initiate bargaining. In this case the Notice of Representation provided by the employer was in identical terms to […]
Ross Clarke has more than a decade’s experience in the enterprise bargaining room.
The knowledge and skill he has acquired in this time has enabled him to develop a highly sophisticated planning and process model for successful enterprise bargaining. This proven methodology delivers results across all industries including distribution, hospitality, banking, retail, manufacturing, telecommunications and gaming.
“Ross’s knowledge of industrial relations and his ability to understand how and when to communicate internally with government; and with the media were instrumental in guiding the Association’s successful response to the campaign.”
Patrick Griffin OAM, Australian Hotels Association
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