Accomplished industrial and employment relations partner joins Gadens

Grant Scott-Hayward, Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne
 
National firm Gadens has appointed Siobhan Mulcahy as a Partner in its Workplace Health & Safety (WHS) Team. Siobhan joins Gadens in Melbourne from People + Culture Strategies, where she was the Melbourne Practice Head.

Grant Scott-Hayward, Gadens Melbourne CEO said:
"Siobhan's appointment is an exciting move for our Workplace Health & Safety Team and she will play a key part in helping lead our strategy to further develop this key growth area for Gadens. Acting for mid to large listed, private enterprise and public sector employers, Siobhan is an accomplished practitioner. She has extensive expertise in major project strategy and coordination, complex restructures, enterprise bargaining and industrial disputation, large-scale workplace investigations and disciplinary processes, as well as day to day workplace relations advice".

Commenting on her decision to join Gadens, Siobhan Mulcahy said:
"Making the move to Gadens was natural and the logical next step for me after working in both specialist workplace relations and top tier firms. The breadth and depth of additional services that I am now able to offer my loyal client base will be of significant value to their businesses. Gadens' existing client base will also benefit from the specialist knowledge and experience I will bring to the firm. Gadens is a great firm, and their inspired vision and strong strategic outlook are what attracted me to the firm".

"Siobhan's experience spans a wide range of sectors including construction, franchise, retail, health, maintenance, tertiary education, finance, insurance, labour hire and manufacturing. We look forward to the important contributions she will make for our clients and in further enhancing the profile of our WHS Team and our services. It gives us great pleasure to welcome Siobhan to Gadens.", concludes Mr. Scott-Hayward.






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