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McCullough Robertson

66 EAGLE STREET, BRISBANE, QLD 4000, AUSTRALIA
Tel:
Work +61 7 3233 8888
Fax:
Fax +61 7 3229 9949
DX:
DX 158 BRISBANE
Email:
Web:
www.mccullough.com.au

Tim Longwill

Tel:
Work +61 7 3233 8974
Email:
McCullough Robertson

Work Department

Employment Relations and Safety

Position

Partner

Career

Tim is a senior industrial relations practitioner and has practised in the area for more than a decade.  He provides strategic and operational advice on all aspects of the health and aged care industries including legislative compliance, human resources and business drivers.

Tim’s practice focusses on the health and aged care sectors.

For over 15 years, he has acted for significant clients within these sectors including work for not for profit, private providers, and government. He has been involved in many of the landmark workplace relations decisions in these sectors during the last decade. 

Historically Tim has specialised in resolving industrial matters in their operational context understanding that solutions must work sustainably for the enterprise as a whole.

His broad expertise is drawn from considerable experience and covers all aspects of workplace relations and employment issues. More recently Tim has been involved in enterprise agreement bargaining, contested enterprise bargaining approvals and termination of enterprise agreements for large aged and health care providers.

Tim has been a guest lecturer with the University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology’s Business School of Philanthropy and Nonprofit studies.

Member

Member of the Queensland Law Society’s Elder Law committee since 1999

Education

Bachelor of Laws - Queensland University of Technology
Master of Laws - Queensland University of Technology


Australia

Labour and employment

Within: Labour and employment

McCullough Robertson excels in the public sector and counts various government departments and city councils as clients; it recently defended Goondiwindi Regional Council in a claim brought by two employees alleging adverse action had been taken against them following complaints they had made, represented Brisbane City Council in a hearing before the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission to determine whether it could ballot its workforce without obtaining union approval, and is advising Queensland Health on issues surrounding nurses' and midwives' annual leave. Michael Moy leads the department, which also includes health, aged care and education sector expert Tim Longwill and newly promoted special counsel Lydia Daly.

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