Stephen Ferguson, CEO of AHA National, told WILLIAMS MEDIA: “At times like this, everyone understands what is at stake, which has led to a swift agreement on measures that protect both businesses and workers.” The organization and its branches have their elections organized by the ACS. Ferguson said the goal of the variation was to ensure that as many employees as possible can keep jobs during this unprecedented crisis. The organization and each of its branches have their own rules, according to which they are governed, the supreme leadership being entrusted to the National Council of the Organization. The Fair Work Board today reviewed and approved a request from the AHA, with UWU`s agreement, to urgently amend higa in response to the unprecedented circumstances that have developed in response to COVID-19. The following variants were approved: The Australian Hotel Association (AHA) cooperated with the Workers` Union (UWU) and helped save jobs in the Australian hotel and restaurant industry. The organization has a branch in each state and territory, including a department in each subsidiary known as the National Accommodation Hotels Division. In a revolutionary act of consensus, the Australian Hotel Association (AHA), in collaboration with the United Workers Union (UWU), successfully applied for the General Hospital Industry Award (HIGA) and helped save jobs across the Australian hospitality industry. AHA welcomes the State government`s `Do it in WA` campaign “I would like to thank UWU President Jo Schofield and her team for working with us as quickly as possible to make this request.” Type of organisation and coverage: an organisation of employers linked to the hotel industry “We also commend the federal government for its support of this request and, in particular, the leadership of the Attorney General and Minister of Industrial Relations, hon Christian Porter MP.” “What matters now is that solutions are found, and we are very satisfied with the way both sides have arrived at today`s result.” Mr Ferguson said WILLIAMS MEDIA. “The AHA and UWU believe that variation provides employers with as much flexibility as possible while ensuring employees are protected,” Ferguson said. . .