AHRI Year in Review

Find information about what AHRI has achieved between Jan 2022 – March 2023, including the launch of the Australian HR Capability Framework, our research and advocacy work, how we’ve supported members through the industrial changes and the state and national events we’ve hosted.

Voice to Parliament

Statement from the Australian HR Institute’s Board

As the professional body representing Human Resources in Australia, AHRI supports our members to create diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces where all employees feel supported, respected and safe, and are able to thrive. This includes fostering equitable and inclusive workplaces for First Nations people and supporting positive employment outcomes for all.

As part of our commitment to reconciliation, AHRI’s Board recognises that a constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament is a positive step towards achieving meaningful workplace participation for First Nations people.

We understand and respect that some of our members and employees may not support a constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament.

AHRI will continue to support our members to create diverse, equitable, inclusive and culturally safe workplaces and to provide positive employment outcomes for First Nations people.

Constitution, charters and by-laws

Upon renewal of membership, all AHRI members are bound by the AHRI Constitution, the Code of ethics and professional conduct and all by-laws, notices and directives of AHRI.

Annual General Meeting

The 2023 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Australian Human Resources Institute Ltd was held in person on Tuesday, 16 May 2023 at 12.30 pm (AEST) at The Cluster, level 20, 31 Queen Street Melbourne VIC 3000.

Members can view documents for AHRI’s 2023 AGM by logging into the member portal and navigating to Resources > AGM.