Local Area Agreements
|Organisations such as Councils can be made up
of a number of divisions, each of which oversees a program of activities. For example
within a Council the Divisions could be as follows: Urban Management, Community and
Economic Development, City Governance, Human Resource & Strategic Management and
Customer and Community Services.
Bargaining Agreement is a broad-brush instrument too broad, in fact, to address
many of the more specific needs of the organisation's varied business constituents so
Local Area Agreements were introduced to fill the gaps in the EBA scaffolding.
LAAs are the most effective instrument available to both
employees and management to achieve a mutually desired workplace outcome.
EMD's job as a facilitator is to help the parties beat a path to that mutual gain.
Our facilitators are experienced in all facets of Local Area Agreements, from putting it
into context, fielding questions such as:
||What distinguishes LAA agreement-making from
EBA negotiations and,
||How far can you go in being creative with an
and working with our clients to achieve the required
EMD has developed a manual 'The Development & Review of Local Area Agreements' which
is customised to suit the needs of our clients.
If you are interested in more information please give us a
call on +61 412 026 909 and ask to speak to one of our consultants.
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