Ensuring front line managers are equipped with the skills and knowledge to prepare for and manage right of entry effectively
Right of entry laws are intended to balance the rights of unions and employees with the rights of occupiers and employers. In order to ensure union officials seeking to exercise rights of entry act lawfully and to minimise the potential for unnecessary disruption to your workforce and operations, it is important that those involved in the process have a solid understanding of your rights as an employer.
This course is designed to create an awareness of the rights and responsibilities of employers in regards to right of entry as well as equip participants with the skills and knowledge needed to prepare for and manage a right of entry effectively.
On completion of this course participants will understand:
- Understand the regulation of union rights of entry under the Fair Work Act 2009
- Recognise the types of union right of entry
- Have an appreciation of potential union motivators
- Anticipate possible union behaviours
- Manage risks associated with practical site considerations
AMMA consultants have unrivalled knowledge, experience and expertise in Employment & Industrial Relations in the Australian Resources and Energy sector. Our consultants not only have extensive knowledge of the legislative frameworks governing right of entry but also have practical experience in preparing for and managing right of entry with organisations across the industry. This knowledge and experience is used as a foundation for this course.
Materials are highly practical and tailored to include content specific to your organisation and industry to ensure the most relevant content is provided to participants. Role plays and case studies are utilised to ensure participants can practically apply content.
AMMA materials are built on experience in designing training packages for, and with, the energy and resources sector.
AMMA holds calendar courses in Brisbane and Perth, and can arrange customised training in all areas of Australia, including regular tours of regional Australia.
|Managers, human resources and industrial relations professionals|
AMMA Member: $550
Non Member: $700