Learn how Cooperative Workplace Bargaining can help your business

Join Business Chamber Queensland’s webinar in partnership with Gilchrist Connell to understand changes in the Enterprise Bargaining process to support multi-employer bargaining and what this means for your business.

With the Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Act 2022, understand Commissions new powers to resolve intractable bargaining disputes. Key takeaways:

  • Better understanding of the Cooperative Workplace Bargaining
  • Better knowledge of Single Interest Bargaining Streams of enterprise bargaining
  • How could this apply to your business
  • Understanding of Fair Work Commission’s new powers to resolve intractable bargaining disputes

This webinar will also cover:

  • Cooperative Workplace Bargaining Stream (previously the multi-employer bargaining stream)
  • Improving access to Single Interest Bargaining Stream
  • Commission’s new powers to resolve intractable bargaining disputes


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Mark Curran – Principal - Gilchrist Connell

Mark is a highly experienced employment lawyer, advising and assisting employers of all types across a wide range of industries. Mark appears as an advocate in the Fair Work Commission, both at first instance and on appeal. He is known for approaching matters practically and pragmatically, in a timely fashion and his leading expertise is widely recognised in the profession.

Ezra Pyers – Senior Workplace Relations Consultant

Ezra is an experienced Workplace Relations and Human Resources Advisor across multiple industries including hospitality, fuel retail, government and not-for-profit.

Prior to joining Business Chamber Queensland, Ezra was the Employment Relations Manager with the Queensland Trucking Association, the peak employer association for the Queensland Road transport sector. In this role, he also supported Queensland businesses in the bus and waste sectors, advocating for members at both state and national levels.

Alex Greig – Workplace Relations Consultant

Alex brings a diverse range of knowledge and experience to the Workplace Services team at Business Chamber Queensland. He holds a Bachelor in Laws from Queensland University of Technology and has previously worked for the Fair Work Ombudsman providing a wide range of technical knowledge to employers, as well as experience in the Enforcement Division as an Assessment Officer, assessing complaints made to the Ombudsman's Office.

Acknowledgement of Country

Business Chamber Queensland respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of the lands from across Queensland and the Torres Strait. We acknowledge the Jagera and Turrbal people as the Traditional Custodians of Meanjin (Brisbane), the lands where our office is located and the place we meet, work and learn. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.