Common sense training for your next Enterprise Agreement
Are you after a practical, common sense guide to enterprise bargaining? Work Relations is now offering training to prepare your organisation for the process. This includes access a comprehensive, web-based step-by-step guide to bargaining. Equip your team with a framework. All aspects of the bargaining process are covered including:
- Internal preparation and resourcing
- Constructive engagement
- The bargaining process and structures
- Web-based step-by-step guide to the bargaining process
A strategic planning day covers the following key elements plus any others specific to your organisation:
- The long-term plan and purpose of the Enterprise Agreement (EA)
- The coverage of the EA – should coverage be extended to cater for recent and future growth?
- An overview of previous negotiation processes – learnings and benefits
- Does the current EA fit with your current operational requirements and corporate values?
- Approach to the bargaining process, including timing
- Consideration and preparation of key messages to guide the process
- Key legal considerations
- Union discussions
- Communication approach and considerations – external, leaders, employees
- Cross-organisation involvement and ownership – operations, HR, finance, payroll
- Bargaining committee structure and members
- Preparation of meeting materials and presentations
- Rollout and implementation
Bargaining Committee Training
If you have commenced negotiations this training will bring together all members of your bargaining committee. It is designed to educate the team on strategies for running effective, outcome focused bargaining sessions.
Work Relations can also put together a specific industrial relations workshop tailored to the needs of your organisation, keeping in mind different skill sets and level of seniority within the company. The aim of these courses is to provide skills and to increase confidence and enthusiasm for the process.
Half-day and full day options available.
For more information contact Ross – firstname.lastname@example.org