Dan Trindade has returned to Clayton Utz as a partner after successfully founding a leading boutique workplace relations law practice and also working as in-house counsel for Air New Zealand - Ansett Australia and Telstra.

Dan has extensive experience in all facets of workplace relations and employment law with particular emphasis on enterprise bargaining, workplace strategy, industrial disputation and employment litigation. He has advised some of Australia's largest corporations on all aspects of workplace relations and employment law.

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Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety

While Dan has been involved in many significant projects and issues for major employers, some of his recent key experience has been with:


Spotless Group:
advising and assisting the Spotless Group, a major national employer with over 40,000 employees, with its workplace relations strategy. Dan has advised the Spotless Group since 2003 and helped it implement enterprise bargaining, restructuring and change management throughout a number of difficult times including the Global Financial Crisis. Dan has also represented the Spotless Group in courts and tribunals across all Australian States and Territories.


Air New Zealand:
acting as the principal adviser on workplace relations for Air New Zealand’s Australian Operations since 2002, including negotiated each of Air New Zealand’s enterprise agreements during the ongoing turbulent times for global aviation.


Award modernisation:
representing the non-Qantas regional airlines in the award modernisation process for the airline industry, including leading a number of key submissions from employers in relation to keeping the cost base of labour in regional aviation at sustainable levels. Dan also represented the Spotless Group in the award modernisation process for the Cleaning, Hospitality and Laundry industries.

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