Andrew J See has thirty years employee and industrial relations experience. His clients have been drawn from all major industry groups, including public sector.

Andrew is known for his capacity to provide free thinking and independent advice. He is practical, persistent and driven by a desire to ensure his clients achieve value for money and the results they are after. He has a particular interest in developing effective strategies to resolve people Conflict at Work and has undertaken extensive consultancies in this area, providing mediation and advisory services.  

During his more than thirty years as an industrial relations practitioner, Andrew has been an advocate in major National and State industrial relations proceedings and has been invited to speak at major industry forums, particularly in relation to industrial relations and workplace health and safety. In 2011, Andrew was appointed as a Magistrate sitting on the Fiji Employment Relations Tribunal; the Fiji Tax Tribunal;  the Customs Act Court of Review and the Judicial Services Commission Disciplinary Tribunal (Non Judicial Staff). Most recently, Andrew was a participant at the International Labour Standards Academy, held at the ILO's International Training Centre, Turin, Italy.  

 

Professional background

Andrew holds an Associate Diploma in Industrial Relations (Brisbane College of Advanced Education); a Bachelor of Laws (Queensland University of Technology); a Graduate Diploma of Business (Queensland University of Technology); a Bachelor of Arts (Double Major in Economics) (University of Queensland) and a Masters Degree in Business Administration (University of Southern Queensland). He is a PhD Candidate at Griffith University, where he is analysing workplace conflict and the conduct of parties, in the statutory unfair dismissal regime.