Executive Search Australia
Find the best-suited executives through executive search in Australia. Our team will work with you on defining and detailing the role and making sure you are fully aware of all Australian laws and norms as they relate to executive hires. We will recommend the best approach- a full time position or an interim position - depending on your industry, position and timeline. Browse below our database of Australian executives or contact one of our local recruiting experts about a specific search assignment that we can help you fill.
Executive Search to Find Top Talent in Australia
We can appreciate how difficult it can be to find the ideal executive for your organization in Australia. Let us do the search for you, within 7-10 days we will present you a selection of available candidates in Australia.
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Labor Laws in Australia
Hiring executives in Australia should not be taken lightly, and you must be aware of the local laws and norms before starting the search process. While investigating the possibility of conducting an executive search in Australia, it is important to gain a clear understanding of Australia’s labor laws. Here are some Australian labor laws to consider.
The Workplace Relations Act of 1994 is an Australian law passed by the Howard Government after coming into power in 1996. It replaced the previous Labor Government's Industrial Relations Act of 1988. It started operation on 1 January 1997 and provided for the continuation of the federal award system, which provides a minimum set of terms and conditions for employment. Some of its provisions upon first being enacted included: the introduction of Australian Workplace Agreements, a form of individual contract which can override collective agreements, expansion of the use of enterprise bargaining agreements, a reduction of the allowable matters in federal awards to 20, restrictions on union activity; and outlawing closed shops.
Australia lacks a domestic market of any real size, along with a comparative level of geographic isolation, which leaves Australian businesses increasingly aware of the need to look at international markets to ensure their own future prosperity. As a result, Australia finds itself growing to become ever more international in its outlook, both economically and politically. The extremely successful economy is dependent upon trade with both the US and increasingly with key Asian countries such as China, Japan and India.