The Fair Work Act, Modern Awards and Enterprise Agreements generally stipulate a particular process of consultation must be followed before deciding upon and initiating organisational change.

 

If done incorrectly, the changes you propose to make may be disputed by Unions or employees and have the potential to cause major disruption and delays to your business activities.

 

As examples, we can assist you with:

  • Major or minor change reform projects;

  • Restructures involving redundancies;

  • Transfer of Business,

  • Change of Location;

  • Cultural Change (e.g. change in Strategy, Values, Mission); and

  • Technological and Systemic Changes

 

Hanlon’ Employment Relations Consultants can help you formulate and manage change processes to meet the strategic goals of your business while also complying with the requirements of your industrial instrument and legislation. We are considerate of your employees and the impact change may have on their wellbeing, without losing site of the commercial imperatives that inspired you to change in the first place!

 

Whether you have a change management project under way or you’re considering change in the future, contact Hanlon’s Employment Relations Consultants for advice today.

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