"Unlawful Adverse Action, An Analysis for AHEIA Members"
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"Swinburne Agreement Approved by Full Bench" (17th December 2014)
HIGHER EDUCATION HR CONFERENCE
13-15 May 2015, Langham Hotel, Melbourne
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2015 STATE MEETINGS
Tuesday 10 February
NSW PRACTITIONERS MEETING
Friday 13 February
Thursday 19 February
QLD/NT/Nth NSW NUERG
Thu19/Fri 20 February
Wednesday 25 February
UNIVERSITIES HR BENCHMARKING CONFERENCE 2014
4/5 September 2014
InterContinental Hotel Sydney
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VANCOUVER CONFERENCE 2014
"In Pursuit of Institutional Success and Sustainability: Directions for our Academic Workforce"
Westin Bayshore Hotel. Vancouver
23 October - Post Conference Study Tour
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The Australian Higher Education Industrial Association is the employer association for the higher education sector, registered under the Federal Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009.
AHEIA's membership comprises universities and other higher education providers. The Association employs a team of highly mobile specialist consultants based in Melbourne.
AHEIA protects the workplace relations interests of its members, advises them on award and workplace relations matters and represents them, on either an individual or collective basis, before industrial tribunals and internal disciplinary and appeals committees.
The Association provides a range of learning and development services including the provision of a suite of IR focused training programs and bespoke training solutions specifically designed for university staff. Training workshops are offered throughout the year in all major capital cities.
With the focus of workplace relations increasingly on enterprise bargaining, AHEIA is available to assist members at a local level, is a clearing house for relevant information and a medium for communication between members.
AHEIA supports its members by making submissions to Government and Parliamentary enquiries on workplace relations matters, and by making public comment on workplace relations matters affecting its members.