Queensland Industrial Relations Commission

The Industrial Relations Commission of Queensland is an independent tribunal established under the Industrial Relations Act 2016 to conciliate and arbitrate industrial matters.

The Commission plays a major role in contributing to the social and economic well-being of Queenslanders. This is achieved through the framework provided by the Industrial Relations Act which supports economic prosperity and social justice.

Members of the commission comprises of a president, vice president, four deputy presidents and other industrial commissioners. The commission is a lay tribunal. While the president and vice president are lawyers, members of the commission require only a high level of experience in business, government or industrial relations.

For more information see the Industrial Court of Queensland website.