The Workplace Relations Advisory Committee consists of retail representatives across executive, people and culture, HR, and employee relations roles.
The Committee actively supports the ARA’s advocacy strategy, priorities, and functions in relation to Australia's industrial relations framework
Members benefit from the exchange of ideas and information, and support the ARA's role to educate and support members across emerging issues
Group HR Manager
Facilitating a forum of thought leadership to determine the impact of ongoing changes in policies and legislative decisions
Providing industry-specific support to respond to government inquiries and consultations
Informing the development and execution of the ARA’s penalty rates campaign strategy
Identifying issues likely to impact retailers to support the ARA's role to educate and inform members to support regulatory compliance
Supporting the ARA to influence outcomes of the Federal Government’s IR Working Groups, with direct industry input and direct advocacy to government and media
18 years experience in Employment Law practice
Key Recent Issues
Federal IR Working Groups
Enterprise agreement making.
Casuals and fixed term employees, and recent changes through the Fair Work Commission.
Compliance and enforcement.
For more information, please contact the secretariat for this committee:
Participating Retailers include:
7 Eleven, Bunnings, Kmart, Woolworths, Coles, Myer, Foodco, Bakers Delight, API and many more.