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Fair Work Ombudsman Partners ARTIO for Employment Resource Print
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The Fair Work Ombudsman’s (FWO) Office has developed a resource for Employers hiring new employees.  The document provides a basic set of information and a checklist.  Nonetheless it is recommended to all members that to understand the detail and complexity of the appropriate laws you should take advantage of the service offered by Australian Road Transport Industrial Organisation (ARTIO) State Branches.

The FWO has recognised the important role of your Industry Association and has partnered with the Australian Road Transport Industrial Organisation (ARTIO) in providing the resource and identifying in that resource the existence of ARTIO and its capability in providing tailored advice.  To access the 'A Guide to Hiring New Employees' click here.

Hiring a new employee is an important decision for your business.  This Guide will help you find the right employee for your workplace and get them started on the right track.

You can also access the Fair Work Ombudsman's "Hiring Employees" online learning course which has interactive activities, templates and checklists to help you through the process. Visit www.fairwork.gov.au/learning

This Guide is produced by the Fair Work Ombudsman in partnership with ARTIO
 
ARTIO Council Transacted Some Rule Alterations as required by Fair Work Act Print
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ARTIO Council has recently transacted some rule alterations as required by the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2012.

The Australian Road Transport Industrial Organisation (ARTIO) has recently made eligible alterations to its rules as required by the Fair Work (Registered Orgainsation) Amendment Act 2012.

Attached please find the 'Declaration of the Secretary/Treasurer of ARTIO' and the 'Notice of Particulars of Rule Alterations'.

 
Rule Alterations Reqired by the Fair Work (Registered Organisation) Amendment Act 2012 Print
Education - Fair Work Commission
The Australian Road Transport Industrial Organisation (ARTIO) has recently made eligible alterations to its rules as required by the Fair Work (Registered Orgainsation) Amendment Act 2012.

Attached please find the declaration of the Secretary/Treasurer of ARTIO and the Notice of Particulars of Rule Alterations.

 
ARTIO National Financial Statements - Year Ended 30th June 2012 Print
Education - Fair Work Commission

ARTIO National financial statements for the 2011/2012 year (year ending 30th June 2012) along with supporting paperwork were presented to a Committee of Management meeting on 3rd October 2012 and then referred to the Auditor with the necessary paperwork. The auditor approved the full
accounts and these were accepted, along with the Auditor’s Report, by the ARTIO Committee of Management.

For a copy of the ARTIO Financial Statement for 2011/12 and supporting paperwork download now by clicking on the relevant document.

 
ARTIO Rules Print
Education - Fair Work Commission
On 20th December 2011, ARTIO lodged with Fair Work Australia (FWA) a Notice of Alterations of its Rules for approval under the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009.

The rule changes have been designed to:
  • synchronise ARTIO branch elections with ARTIO Federal elections;
  • convert current annual branch elections to 4 year terms of office (with an initial 3 year transitional term);
  • streamline and consolidate the separate(and basically)uniform branch rules into a single set of branch provisions as part of the complete ARTIO Rules; and
  • generally modernise and simplify the terminology of the rules.


 
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