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L 14, 270 Adelaide St. Brisbane. Brisbane, QLD, 4000.
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The FHA and its members are also urgent stakeholders in the tourism industry in Queensland. The FHA dates its formation to 1885 when a group of hotel owners formed together to represent their collective interests to Queensland's Colonial Government on matters of excise, taxation and work and immigration policies. Today, the FHA is an influential employer group, which represents the interests of the hotel and hospitality industries, and which seeks to advance the interests of its members, and the wider hotel and liquor industries, through contributing to the development of progressive, responsible, and lasting policy and legislative outcomes. The core objectives of the Queensland Hotels Association are to encourage the hotel and hospitality industries in Queensland, to labor towards outcomes which gain all members, and to help individual hotel businesses and groups, thereby ensuring a prosperous tomorrow for the liquor and associated industries. The FHA also provides a expansive range of services to its members including industry and compliance training, employment and industrial relations services, HHS advice and training, and assistance on business development including gaming and liquor regulations. The scope and nature of members is progressively expanding but covers the mainstream of the liquor and associated industries. The FHA represents the interest of all hoteliers in Queensland, from the large chains through to little owner operated hotels, and everyone in between. As a registered union of employers at a national and state level, the FHA rules yield for the routine election of nominated members to a State Board, which is the Association's committee of management. State Board members are elected from two electorates representing hoteliers in the North and South of the state respectively. Most hotel members are classified as members of a General Hotels Division, whilst a segregate Accommodation Hotels Division caters for accommodation hotels and resorts. This distinction recognizes the diverse representation, services, and promotional needs of the different types of hotel business. Membership subscriptions are levied annually, and aid finance the services provided to members, and also assist to fund the Association's representational and industry support activities. The FHA also works cooperatively with a expansive range of industry stakeholders to ensure that the interests of all stakeholders in the hotel industry are factored into its representational activities and programs. The Association is ever aware that Queensland is a large, decentralized state with hundreds of hotel businesses located in regional areas or in the bush. Consequently, considerable effort is made to ensure that services such as industry training, members' forums, and industry promotion cater for, or are conducted in, regional and distant areas of the state. In doing so, the Association works closely with the Government, the community, and all licensed industry stakeholders to convince social, economic and regulatory outcomes that enhance the quality, stability and commercial viability of the Queensland hotel industry.

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Got a complex staffing matter? In addition, members can access a FREE consultation (of up to one hours duration) for the below specified tribunal based matters. During this consultation your case will be assessed by an experienced consultant, and preliminary advice will be provided together with an estimate of the FHA's professional fees to defend against the claim. Our hourly rate of 205.00 per hour (plus CST) is very competitive! Enterprise Agreements (drafting and negotiations on your behalf) The FHA's experienced consultants can help you during the enterprise bargaining process by acting as your bargaining representative, drafting your Agreement, lodging the Agreement on your behalf, representing you before the Unprejudiced Work Commission. The FHA's ER consultants can aid you to ensure compliance. Employment Relations Disputes with employee advice and assistance. As piece of this service, the FHA can help you (on behalf of the employer) as an actual representative, or by providing advice and assistance to you after the scenes. Responsible hospitality is broadly defined as providing goods and services in such a way as to offer a sound and enjoyable environment for all patrons to experience while minimizing any negative ramifications associated with these goods ardor services. The hotel industry and the FHA have lengthy embraced an ethos of responsible service, applicable to both the service of alcohol and the provision of gambling services (poker machines, Keno, TAB, table games, etc). Representing a fundamental ingredient for operational longevity, responsible service is in everyone's best interest: licensees, management, staff, patrons and the wider community to ensure that alcohol and gambling are provided in such a way as to minimize any impair whilst maximizing the benefits enjoyed through moderation. FHA provides a range of information to help venues to produce responsible service of gaming. Note: the calculation service is free to FHA hotel venue members (limit of three per calendar year per venue and thereafter 88.00 per calculation). Long service depart entitlements are planned based on the period of service an employee has completed. Fulltime employees are eligible for long service depart entitlement of 8.667 weeks depart behind 10 years successive service. The qualifying period for lengthy service depart entitlements for casual or steady part-time employees is the identical as that for fulltime employees, however the number of hours leave due and the amount payable at that time will be encourage by the reduced hours worked by the employee. If so, the Employment Relations Department can help you (on behalf of the employer) through our prejudiced dismissal representation service. We will provide you with advice about your prospects of defense, draft an employer response and represent you at the conciliation conference. This involves discussing the matter with you, perusing relevant documents, providing advice about prospects of defending against a potential unfair dismissal claim and if appropriate, assistance with drafting the termination of employment letter. Of course, if the matter proceeds to an prejudiced dismissal claim, we can represent you in accordance with our prejudiced dismissal representation service. This is an extremely competitive rate compared to law firms and other consultancy firms that can charge fees of around 350.00 per hour plus CST and higher. A higher hourly rate applies for non members. Are you involved with an employment contradict with one of your employees? If so, the Employment Relations Department can assist you (on behalf of the employer) through our employment contradict service.

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