Enterprise Bargaining Agreement Consultants
iHR Australia can work with your organization`s internal resources by providing expertise and support throughout the Enterprise Contract Process (EA), also known as Enterprise Bargaining Contracts (EBas) or collective agreements. We have an experienced team that can advise on all aspects of the enterprise contract process: AMMA can work closely with you to support, support and manage the full range of employment contract practices, including: Over the years, we have helped more than 500 Australian companies create, register and implement their enterprise agreements. All business bargaining advice is provided with a focus on reducing costs, improving productivity measures and strengthening the competitive advantage of members in the rapidly changing market. At FCB Group, we specialize in designing and implementing business bargaining contracts to achieve the best possible results for Australian companies. We take a tailored approach to enterprise bargaining instead of using a single solution. In addition, we look at the big picture instead of dividing the situation. The result is a collective enterprise agreement that takes into account the broader business policy objectives of our clients. Running an organization, business or department, big or small, is never easy. It is even more difficult when you work in a unionized sector. Sometimes you need help and our labour relations experts and negotiation specialists are the people you want for practical advice that works. It is likely that employers will complete the EA process every three or four years.
Organizations need to ensure that they have the best negotiators, as even incremental concessions add up significantly over the duration of an agreement. In addition, it is very difficult to conclude a new provision agreed in an EA and integrated into an EA. The Victorian Chamber can provide the technical knowledge and strategic insight necessary to achieve a positive outcome. iHR Australia`s expertise and advice on enterprise agreements include guidelines on current legal requirements and obligations, industrial framework conditions, market considerations, communication strategies with unions covering coverage and directly with employees. Cooperation with staff and the guarantee of their support are the key to successful implementation and, indeed, the approval of the Fair Labour Commission.