One of the key objectives of the Fair Work Commission's What's next initiatives is to engage with the community we serve through programs involving the public, stakeholders and research groups.
The Commission undertakes a range of engagement activities that aim to encourage more productive workplaces by promoting harmonious and cooperative workplace relations.
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Workplace Relations Education Series
The Workplace Relations Education Series features:
- mock hearings presided over by Members of the Commission, with the merits of mock cases argued by leading workplace relations practitioners
- lectures featuring presentations on a range of workplace relations topics by local and international experts
- an invited papers series featuring papers on relevant workplace relations issues.
Find out about upcoming events, access copies of the invited papers and watch videos of a range of mock hearings and lectures on the Workplace Relations Education Series page.
Justice Innovation Hub
The Justice Innovation Hub is an online collaboration space, developed by the Commission, for organisations working in the justice sector. It is a member-only space for information-sharing, conversation and collaboration.
Stakeholder user groups
The Fair Work Commission has established user groups to facilitate an exchange of views and provide a two-way communication forum between the Commission and key stakeholders.
The Fair Work Commission engages closely with similar bodies in North America, the United Kingdom, Africa and the Asia and Pacific region. Commission Members can provide assistance and training to overseas bodies to support the development of local institutions.