Industrial Relations Reforms in 2021: Expert Insights to Prepare Your Business
Campbell Fisher, Managing Partner & Solicitor Director of FCB Group, addresses the proposed IR reform changes in Australia and what they mean for business.
In December 2020, the Australian Federal Government introduced into parliament the Fair Work Amendment (Supporting Australia’s Jobs and Economic Recovery) Bill 2020. The bill represents the government’s attempt to introduce industrial relations reforms to support Australia’s recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this presentation from our VISION Roadshow Virtual Customer Event, Campbell Fisher from FCB Group provides an in-depth overview of the proposed industrial relations reforms, which includes:
- Enterprise bargaining
- Casual and fixed-term employment
- Award simplification
- Greenfields agreements
- Compliance and enforcement
Campbell also explains what these industrial relations reforms mean for business and he’ll identify some measures you can implement to adapt to these changes in 2021.
Duration: 25 minutes
Managing Partner & Solicitor Director | FCB Group
Campbell has over 25 years of experience in providing ASX 100, private companies and public sector clients with high-level strategic advice. He is one of only two lawyers in Australia to be an accredited specialist in employment and industrial law in both New South Wales and Victoria. Highly regarded by both the legal and business communities not only because of his expertise in workplace relations law, but also for his innovative approach to the delivery of legal services, Campbell primarily assists boards and senior executives to formulate business-oriented solutions that are underpinned by his very practical understanding of how businesses operate and the commercial and organisational forces that drive growth.