Industrial Relations Strategy
It is important for the functioning of most businesses to have the correct employment arrangements and frameworks in place. Industrial relations provide the parameters within which leaders and employees operate.
We can help you develop industrial relation strategies to support your business objectives and consult with you about how to successfully involve employees within the industrial relations agenda.
We can advise you on the tactics and content around negotiating for employee agreements.
We will work with your business to implement industrial relations strategies and contingency plans.
Some of the major factors in an industrial relations strategy include;
- Enterprise Bargaining Agreements
Individual agreements made between an employer and an employee.
- Certified Workplace Agreements
Collective agreements made directly between an employer and employees or between an employer and a union(s).
- Contingency Planning
A fall-back position should negotiations with employees over proposed changes break down.
- Grievance Procedures
A formal procedure that enables employees to know when and how to air their grievances.
- PEST Analysis
An examination of the influence of Political, Economic, Social and Technological factors on an organisation.
- SWOT Analysis
An examination of the impact that the Strengths and Weaknesses of an organisation, and the Opportunities and Threats it faces, have on the organisation and its future directions.
- Workplace Culture
The shared values and beliefs of the employees within a particular workplace.