Fee for Service Workplace Relations
Our Workplace Relations team provides the following services on a fee-for-service basis:
Negotiating and drafting enterprise agreements – different options available from assistance through to comprehensive support from commencement of negotiations, drafting, submission to the Fair Work Commission and managing undertakings.
Drafting a template contract of employment and individual flexibility arrangements – tailored advice and drafting.
Development of human resource policies and procedures – tailored workplace policies and procedures, including employment handbooks.
Wage analysis against modern awards – identifying amounts payable under a modern award against wages actually paid, ensuring compliance.
Seminars – tailored seminars relevant to your workplace.
Our Chamber is pleased to offer these services to our members at a rate of $350 per hour.
Please contact the Chamber to discuss your particular business needs and to organise a quote for services.
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