State & Territory Associations
Industrial Relations Act 2013-2014
Industrial Relations Act 2014-2015
Industrial Relations Act 2015-2016
Freeway Office Park, Building 8
2728 Logan Road, Eight Mile Plains
Phone: (07) 3237 8777
Toll Free: 1800 177 951
Fax: (07) 3844 4488
Postal Address: PO Box 4530
Eight Mile Plains Qld 4113
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The MTA Queensland Industrial Relations department provides reliable and timely advice to members by way of regular information bulletins and phone contact on topics including: wages; long service leave calculations; termination pay; notice requirements; apprentices wages and conditions; discrimination; harassment; bullying; dismissal procedures; taxation; workers compensation; and workplace health and safety.
Our Industrial Relations experts, Ted Kowalski and Paul Murray, run regular training courses throughout Queensland to ensure that our Members always have the necessary skills to comply with the full range of industrial relations laws and regulations. We can also assist and/or represent members in proceedings dealing with wage complaints, alleged unfair dismissal and discrimination claims.
For tailored advice contact the team on 3237 8777
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If you become a Member of MTAQ, you will be provided with comprehensive and cost-efficient access to advice from MTAQ’s IR experts. Many motor trades business owners say that, apart from all the other benefits, MTAQ’s Industrial Relations service alone makes the investment in MTAQ Membership outstanding value.
Through MTA Queensland, courses are available to strengthen knowledge of some critical aspect of Industrial Relations.
MTAQ Industrial Relations
Ted Kowalski is the Manager of our Industrial Relations department and has been with MTAQ since January 1984.
He has over 40 years’ experience in Industrial Relations and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Queensland – with majors in Industrial Relations and Psychology.
MTAQ Industrial Relations
Following an initial career in academia on emigrating to Australia, Paul retrained for a mid-life switch to employment and industrial relations. He has, for the last three years, been providing advice and support in matters relating to Fair Work, discrimination, dismissal, workplace discipline and performance, and other HR and IR issues.
Whether providing day to day advice on the Modern Awards that govern the industry or representing the interests of members in commission hearings and conferences, Paul looks forward to putting his professional skills to good use in assisting members and leaving them free to pursue their core business.