Tim is a senior industrial relations practitioner and has practised in the area for more than two decades. He provides strategic and operational advice on all aspects of the health and aged care industries including legislative compliance, human resources and business drivers.
He has acted for significant clients including the not-for-profit sector, private providers, and government. He has been involved in many of the landmark workplace relations decisions in these sectors.
Tim also specialises in resolving industrial matters in their operational context understanding that solutions must work sustainably for the enterprise as a whole.
His broad expertise is drawn from considerable experience and covers all aspects of workplace relations and employment issues. More recently Tim has been involved in enterprise agreement bargaining, contested enterprise bargaining approvals and termination of enterprise agreements for large aged and health care providers.
Tim has been a guest lecturer with the University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology’s Business School of Philanthropy and Nonprofit studies.
Providing strategies for employers to deal with negotiating and implementing enterprise agreements and providing strategic industrial advice.
Acute health sector
Heavily involved in the acute health sector for private, church and charitable organisations.
Worked with the Government in relation to arbitration of its education and nurses agreements.
Guest lecturer with the University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology’s Business School of Philanthropy and Nonprofit studies.