Kerri-Ann Allen

Employment Relations Adviser

Kerri has a background in psychology, with a keen interest in organisational psychology. This lead her to the complete a Masters of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations from the University of Sydney.

Whilst studying, Kerri worked in an employer association as a Workplace Relationships Assistant, providing support to Advisers in the calculation of wages and preparation of award summaries.

Following graduation, Kerri spent three years working for a not-for-profit employer’s association in which she provided advice, guidance and representative services for modern award queries and unfair dismissal conciliations.

In October 2015, Kerri joined Employsure as an Employment Relations Adviser after hearing about their exceptional ability to assist in providing fair and safe workplaces within Australia.

Kerri has a passion in assisting employers in ensuring their views are heard and helping them to reach practical and commercial solutions daily.

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