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116-118 James Ruse Dr,
Rosehill NSW 2142
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Debbie has been providing consulting services to small and medium business for over 20 years. She has experience in a range of specialties including human resources, WHS, training business management and marketing. This experience stems from running her own business and consulting for global organisations such as PricewaterhouseCoopers, Lyncroft and Adecco.
Debbie’s experience in, policy development, work health and safety, staff performance management, recruitment, training and generalist human resources management makes her ideally positioned to identify client needs in this arena.
With a double major in accounting and human resources, a Diploma in work health and safety and a Cert IV in training, Debbie’s qualifications give her a solid foundation to understand and assist with a myriad of business challenges. This is backed by a genuine desire to help clients resolve their specific employment relations and WHS challenges so they can focus on their core business deliverables, their corporate vision, their strategy and the ever present bottom line requirements.
Debbie’s innate ability to understand client needs is at the core of her success when it comes to building rapport and achieving the best possible outcomes for her clients.
Annette has more than 20 years experience assisting businesses to understand their work health and safety obligations and providing practical, business focused solutions to meet their legislative obligations.
Since completing her degree qualifications in Occupational Health and Safety, Annette has worked as a safety professional in a broad range of industries. These include local government, heavy manufacturing, mineral processing, food manufacturing and professional services. She also worked as the National Occupational Health and Safety Manager for PwC Accounting.
Annette takes pride in providing practical and business focused solutions for her clients.
Greg was admitted lawyer in the Supreme Court of NSW in 2010 and has over nine years experience as a workplace relations specialist.
Greg worked as a Workplace Relations Policy Adviser with the Federal Government for seven years. For the last two years Greg has been providing workplace relations advice to small to medium businesses.
Greg specialises in workplace relations policy development and implementation, Enterprise Agreement development and has a sound understanding of contracts and independent contractors.
In his current role as an Employsure Consultant, Greg will work in partnership with your business to develop an understanding of your operations, business needs and assist in delivering outcomes that ensures your business stays on top of rapidly changing workplace regulations.
Following the completion of a Bachelor of Business and Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management, Adrian spent nine years in employment relations based roles, which ignited his passion for this field.
Prior to joining Employsure, Adrian spent the majority of his career working as an Adviser and Workplace Relations Consultant at Business SA, providing him with exceptional knowledge of the SA industrial relations system.
Adrian thrives on assisting clients navigate the ever changing employment landscape and ensuring compliance. By nature, Adrian is open, respectful, honest and constructive, allowing him to deliver outstanding result across a multitude of industry types.
Ibrahim has an extensive background in human resources and industrial relations, stemming from his time working in human resource generalist roles within large corporations in the private sector.
His specialty areas include policy development and implementation, performance management, employment and work health and safety compliance, training and development, Enterprise Bargaining Agreements and working through claims such as unfair dismissals and general protections.
Ibrahim’s strength lies in his ability to provide commercial advice to small and medium enterprises in a pragmatic way, allowing owners to fully recognise their requirements and identify areas in which they may be liable. Ibrahim has the experience and knowledge to provide sound solutions and options that will assist in eliminating risk, across varying industries.
Ibrahim is near completion of a double degree in Bachelors of Business and Commerce, with majors in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, and a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Western Sydney.
Andrew Sail is an employment relations professional with a career spanning 15 years.
Following the completion of an Industrial Relations degree, specialising in Economics and Law from the University of Wollongong, Andrew followed a career path working collaboratively with small businesses and large multinationals, both inside and outside a union environment. This type of experience has given him impressive firsthand experience in the day to day management of employees, including the negotiation of large scale enterprise agreements, covering thousands of employees.
Andrew’s position as an Employsure Senior Relations Consultant sees him continually utilise his intimate understanding of the issues facing businesses.
His experience in managing both small and medium sized businesses, across a variety of industries, supports his passion for working with people and simplifying complex situations into smaller, achievable, commercially sound steps, which ultimately help businesses achieve.
Tanya began her career in employment relations following the completion of Human Resources and Industrial Relations at Curtin University. Her passion lead her down the human resource path, allowing her to polish her specialised skills in the mining and manufacturing industries.
Home grown to Western Australia, Tanya has the knowledge and experience required to understand local business needs, along with a long term appreciation of state based legislative requirements. She also gained five years international experience working in the United Kingdom. This presented her an opportunity to diversify her knowledge and gain valued experience in business transfer, while managing contracts for a team of employees commissioning a manufacturing plant in China.
The highlight of Tanya’s career stems from her experience with a range of small to large enterprises and today, she thoroughly enjoys presenting realistic solutions to impact real change.
Tanya has enjoyed a career with Employsure as Team Leader of Consultancy Service for WA and SA since April 2013.
Following the completion of a Bachelor of Law and Legal Practice, Jerusha was admitted to the Supreme Court of South Australia and commenced work at the Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA) as an Industrial Relations Consultant. She also worked for the Agribusiness Employers Federation as an Employee Relations Consultant.
After AMMA, Jerusha gained invaluable experience at Elders Limited as an in house Employee Relations Adviser, working with 4,000 employees. This was an exceptionally diverse environment which included employees in the banking, trading, insurance and agriculture sectors.
Prior to joining Employsure, Jerusha broadened her skills even further with a stint in the not for profit sector, working with Anglicare SA.
Jerusha’s wealth of experience covers advising, interpreting and drafting of awards, collective and enterprise agreements, as well as contracts, policies and procedures. She has also represented employers at a number of industrial and other workplace related tribunals and commissions, defending claims.