Welcome to the re-established Industrial Relations Society of Tasmania (IRST). IRST functions as an independent, non-partisan association which encourages networking, professional development, research and discussions on a wide range of issues affecting employee relations within both the private and public sectors. IRST is affiliated with the national Australian Labour and Employment Relations Association Incorporated (ALERA).
Both the IRST and ALERA are targeted towards all persons involved in or interested in industrial, labour or employment relations and human resources. The IRST is valuable for anyone studying industrial relations or human resources.
A Committee has been elected with the aim for broad representation consisting of representatives from Unions, State Service Departments, Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI), University of Tasmania, advocates, and the legal profession.
IRST facilitates a series of professional development events for the year and other networking opportunities.
The IRST committee will consist of: 1) President 2) Vice-President 3) Treasurer 4) Secretary 5) Three Committee Members. Nominations for Committee positions will close 14 June 2019.
Neroli is the Deputy President of the Tasmanian Industrial Commission.
Craig is a Senior Associate with Dobson Mitchell Allport
David is the Director of Edge Legal.
Jane is the Deputy Director, Workplace Relations, Work Health and Safety & Wellbeing for the State Service Management Office.
James is the Legal and Industrial Officer at HACSU.
Abbey is the Internal lawyer, Senior Workplace Relations Consultant at the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Natalie is an Industrial Officer at CPSU.