We’ve been doing work in a range of sectors facing challenging enterprise bargaining negotiations. Legacy arrangements made in the past are no longer fit for the future.

What are the some of the key success factors for employers who achieve gain from a difficult enterprise bargaining negotiation?

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As with any significant project, leadership is critical.

A ‘burning platform’ galvanises clarity of need. What is the gain needed and what ‘pain’ is tolerable in its pursuit?

A well run campaign demands solid resourcing and alignment across the business in what invariably becomes a multi-dimensional project. Often, it gets tough and resolve is critical but this is where planning is invaluable.

In our unique enterprise bargaining workshops we take clients through a process which addresses each of these issues to form a bedrock for success.

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Photo of Chris Gardner Chris Gardner

“Strategic”. That’s how clients consistently describe Chris.

Starting with the end in mind, he understands that legal advice is only one piece of the jigsaw when balancing strategy and risk.

Clients know they’ll receive advice that fits into the bigger picture.

Best recognised…

“Strategic”. That’s how clients consistently describe Chris.

Starting with the end in mind, he understands that legal advice is only one piece of the jigsaw when balancing strategy and risk.

Clients know they’ll receive advice that fits into the bigger picture.

Best recognised for workplace change and enterprise bargaining, Chris’ work has seen him at the forefront of engagements that matter. Countless employers have benefited from the pragmatic and solution-orientated advice that he is known for.

You may have seen him in Boss magazine, heard him on Qantas Q Radio or Foxtel’s Law TV. He is also famous for his collection of Elvis artefacts.

Photo of Michael Tamvakologos Michael Tamvakologos

Michael Tamvakologos
When clients were asked what they valued most in Michael, one client responded “He is very sharp, quick and commercial, and very good at building relationships with the commercial side of our business; you can put him in front of the…

Michael Tamvakologos
When clients were asked what they valued most in Michael, one client responded “He is very sharp, quick and commercial, and very good at building relationships with the commercial side of our business; you can put him in front of the CEO or anyone else and know he won’t let you down”, Chambers.

What makes Michael more than a stand-out strategic litigator sought after by leading multi-nationals, is a MBA at INSEAD University (rated by the Financial Times as the No 1 MBA in the world in 2017) which is reinforcing an understanding of the commercial side of your organisation.