ADIA is the peak business organisation representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products. Our vision is for an industry that empowers oral health professionals to advance the health and wellbeing of all Australians...................... — ADIA Strategic Plan

Member Engagement —
ADIA-EIG Employers' Interest Group


As is natural for an organisation that represents employers, the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) brings together individuals with an interest in the legal issues associated with creating jobs and employing people. It does this via the ADIA-EIG Employers' Interest Group which is open to individuals from all member businesses.

The ADIA-EIG Employers' Interest Group is an important component of the ADIA Member Engagement framework that connects the Association with individuals at all levels within member businesses. It affords those who join the opportunity to gain timely insights into the important issues set out below:

Workplace Relations Reform —

Learn about advocacy to create a flexible workplace relations framework that's pro-employment, small-business friendly, responsive to changing economic conditions and receptive to the needs of the unemployed and underemployed.

Salary & Superannuation Reform —

Keep up to date with changes to employers' obligations associated with a simple safety net of minimum standards for wages and superannuation that encourage employee productivity through a decentralised system of collective and individual agreements.

Workplace Health & Safety Reform —

Find out about reforms that support safe workplaces that are productive within a nationally consistent safety regime and a workers compensation system that is responsive to the interests of good employers.

ADIA is a strong advocate for a workplace relations framework is fair and delivers economically responsible standards and behaviours and a key priority for ADIA is to ensure that member businesses are kept up to date with changes affecting employers..

The great thing about the ADIA-EIG Employers Interest Group is that it provides the vehicle for you to interact with workplace relations professionals from across the dental industry. Whether you are in an SME or large multinational corporation, you are sure to benefit from the new people and you'll meet and the insights you'll gain.

Further Information Request —

ADIA-EIG Information Brochure & Application Form [PDF]

Supporting the policy advocacy and member engagement outcomes of the 2016-20 ADIA Strategic Plan, members of the ADIA-EIG Employers Interest Group have the opportunity to contribute to the policy advocacy the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AusChamber) as negotiations to workplace relations, wages, the superannuation system are undertaken, in addition to negotiations to enhance the workplace health and safety legislative framework.

If you work with an ADIA member business and have an interest in matters affecting the employment of people, join your colleagues from across the dental industry as an ADIA-EIG Employers Interest Group participant.

Further Information —

If you have an interest in the work of the ADIA Special Interest Groups or ADIA National Committees be sure to subscribe to the Twitter feed @AusDental or follow us on Facebook at Alternatively, you can contact ADIA national office via email at or by telephone on 1300 943 094.


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