Industrial Relations Policy
The success of JDA’s business depends largely upon the commitment, productivity and capability of our employees.
Our relationships with employees are based upon commercial realities in conjunction with key issues including health and safety. Under no circumstances will JDA risk the health and safety of any employee for the sake of generating revenue. At all times all employees will be treated with respect and dignity.
All industrial relations matters will be treated with sincerity and in a prompt and professional manner. Central to the efficient management of industrial relations issues is:
Compliance with all applicable industrial laws, regulations, statutory obligations, awards, agreements, and National and State codes of practice and guidelines
- Acceptance that the properly held interests of our clients may prevail, and accordingly it is the client who in many cases determines actual industrial relations arrangements
- Provision of fair and equitable management of industrial issues and an expectation of the same from all other interested parties
- Recognition of our employees’ entitlement to representation in accordance with awards and agreements
- Maintaining open relationships with employees and any elected representatives, and with other interested parties