At the start of an employment with EMC Group, all new members will complete an induction programme, during which all of our policies and procedures will be explained and/or provided, as necessary.

Each venue has a specific orientation for their employees to take part in. The orientation can be broken down into a number of sections and completed throughout the initial 2 weeks of employment.

The orientation is normally completed by the employees direct Supervisor/Manager and will include, but is not limited to the below information:

  • Introduction to the team;
  • Physical location in which you will work;
  • Full and comprehensive tour of the relevant venue;
  • Terms and conditions of employment as detailed in the Letter of Offer;
  • Performance expectations and standards as detailed in the Position Description; and
  • OHS training.



EMC Group aspires to minimise its impact on our environment and maximise the effective use of resources. We strive to achieve this by increasing communication and awareness of our efforts in accordance with this policy and fostering responsible environmental behaviour amongst staff at all levels.

EMC Group is committed not only to complying with applicable law in all of its operations but to minimise risks and impacts through the development of robust and documented systems to implement, measure, monitor, and disseminate excellent environmental performance both within its operations and to the broader community.



The purpose of this policy is to outline EMC Group’s procedure regarding Work Experience Placements.

Work Experience is designed to provide both secondary and tertiary students with practical work experience, allowing exposure to a business environment. A work experience placement at EMC Group must be arranged through a School or Applicable Tertiary Institution and the experience must be either a requirement of their training course or designed as a supplementary component to the student’s studies.



EMC Group is committed to the provision of a fair, healthy and safe workplace in which everyone is treated with dignity and respect and in which no individual or group feels bullied, threatened or intimidated.

Bullying or harassment in any form is unacceptable behaviour and will not be permitted or condoned.

We recognise that bullying and harassment can exist in the workplace, as well as outside, and that this can seriously affect workers’ working lives by detracting from a productive working environment and can impact on the health, confidence, morale and performance of those affected by it, including anyone who witnesses or has knowledge of the unwanted or unacceptable behaviour.