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The Industrial Relations Commission Registry is created by the Industrial Relations Act 1996. The Industrial Registry provides administrative support and registry services to assist the Chief Commissioner and Commissioners conciliate and determine matters lodged before the State's Industrial tribunal; to facilitate access to the Industrial Relations Commission and its services; and to be responsive to the needs of all persons accessing the services of the Industrial Registry of the Industrial Relations Commission.
The Industrial Registry comprises 2 sections with a current establishment of approximately 10 staff:
The Industrial Registry serves as the Registry for the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales and its associated tribunals.
The main functions of the Registry are to:
The Industrial Registrar also has statutory duties under the Industrial Relations Act 1996 and other legislation and the Industrial Registry supports that role.
Some of these functions include:
The environment in which the Industrial Registry operates covers both the legal and the industrial arenas. As the registry for a court with a civil and criminal jurisdiction, it has the same commitment to the timely and efficient delivery of quality client services as is embraced by other courts and tribunals in New South Wales.
03 Mar 2020
We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we work and we pay respect to the Elders, past, present and future.