• Theresa Moltoni OAM
    Managing Director/Legal Practitioner Director
  • Francesca Musumeci
    Associate
  • Faiyaz Devjee
    Principal Consultant
  • Susan Weston
    Principal Consultant
    Sydney
  • Luke Gilliland
    Lawyer
  • Richard Diqer
    Lawyer
  • Jatin Sarna
    Business Data Analyst
  • Nicholas Collier
    Paralegal
  • Katrina Nadschlaeger
    Senior Consultant
    Sydney
  • Dr Paul Harpur
    Special Advisor
  • Theresa Moltoni OAM
    Managing Director/Legal Practitioner Director

Theresa Moltoni OAM is the Managing Legal Practitioner Director at IRIQ Law.

Theresa holds a Bachelor of Laws from USQ and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law, she is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Certified Workplace Investigator and both an IRE and Secure Local Jobs Approved Auditor for the ACT Government.

Theresa is admitted to practice as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia.  She is also admitted to practice as a Solicitor and Barrister in the High Court of New Zealand.

Theresa’s experience spans more than 25 years and covers a wide range of high level roles in a number of industry sectors.  Theresa was awarded an OAM for services to Industrial Relations in the 2016 Queens Birthday Honours.

Theresa sits on a number of Boards including the PA Research Foundation, The Brisbane Club and the Australian Super Qld Advisory Board.

Theresa is the Founding Chair of the Dancing CEOTMs  annual event which raises money for vital support services for victims of domestic violence.

Theresa also founded and has chaired the well-respected Workplace Relations Group at The Brisbane Club for some years.  She co-founded its Legal Interest Group which she continues to Chair.

Theresa has also served as President (and Non-Executive Director) of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Queensland (CCIQ), as Chair of the Workplace Relations Policy Council for the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI),  as the Vice President of the Industrial Relations Society of Queensland (IRSQ) and in the Queensland Community as a Justice of the Peace (Qualified) since August 1992 including a significant period actively participating in the “Justices in the Community” Program.

Theresa has also represented Australian Business at the United Nations International Labour Conference in Geneva since 2018.

Theresa’s background includes:

  • 4 years at WorkPac as HR/IR Director and then CEO
  • 4 years as Global Head of HR at leading retailer Super Retail Group
  • 11 years at Telstra, the last 6 as Qld State HR Manager for Telstra’s Mobile Communications Group
  • Regional Manager of the Office of the Employment Advocate (Workplace Authority) Queensland
  • Qld HR Manager for Franklins Supermarkets

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  • Francesca Musumeci
    Associate

FrancescaFrancesca Musumeci is an Associate at IRIQ Law.

Francesca holds a Bachelor of Laws/Arts (International Relations) from the University of Queensland and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law. She was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland on 17 February 2020.

During her studies she undertook various community volunteer engagements, raising funds for local charities. In her final year Francesca worked on a pro bono advocacy project for defence lawyers on the ground in Afghanistan and maintains a keen interest in human rights and anti-discrimination.

At IRIQ Francesca enjoys drafting advices on a range of matters, as well as the making of enterprise agreements, advocacy and litigation in various jurisdictions and delivering high quality customer service.

Having grown up in Brisbane’s northern suburbs in a small business environment, and with her prior experience in customer service and sales in the retail sector, she brings a practical perspective to legal obligations in employment matters.

  • Faiyaz Devjee
    Principal Consultant

Faiyaz Devjee is a Principal Consultant at IRIQ Law.

Faiyaz holds a Masters in Commerce from the University of Otago. His experience in HR/IR spans more than 20 years in various sectors ranging from Construction, Oil and Gas, Mining, and to Academia.

Faiyaz has also served as the Vice President of the Industrial Relations Society of Queensland (IRSQ) and continues to mentor students through the career mentoring scheme at both QUT and Griffith University. He is actively involved in the Australian Human Resources Institute.

Faiyaz is a certified Workplace Investigator and is also certified in Wave Conversion through Saville Consulting and has completed Interest based EA negotiations and Conflict Resolution Training.

Faiyaz experience includes highly developed organisational development and human resource, expertise. He has a strong commercial orientation and acumen, and is passionate about adding relevant value to an organisation to achieve results, engaging stakeholders from a risk sharing perspective, financial acumen and managing multi-segmented stakeholders. He can successfully develop and execute strategic, tactical and operational human resource plans.  He loves to develop, manage and continuously improve processes that will ensure strong business growth.

  • Susan Weston
    Principal Consultant
    Sydney

Susan Weston is a Principal Consultant at IRIQ Law and is based in Sydney.

Susan holds a Bachelor of Arts from Charles Sturt University. Her experience in HR/IR spans more than 20 years; she has worked in Government, Not For Profit sector and for Unions and in HR/IR Roles in various sectors ranging from Health, Education, Communications, Hospitality and Aged Care. Susan was also previously a Senior consultant at IRIQ from 2011-2012; and had significant exposure to Civil Construction and Manufacturing sectors during that time. 

Susan is a certified Workplace Investigator and she specialises in complex investigations. Susan has also demonstrated experience in Enterprise Agreement negotiations.  Susan’s background as a senior union official means she has significant experience in dispute resolution and expertise in developing/managing relationships with stakeholders to achieve the right outcomes for your business. 

Susan’s experience includes highly developed human resources expertise.  She has successfully worked with many employers to develop and execute strategic operational human resource plans and as a partner in significant transformation and change projects; she has identified and resolved significant underpayments/pay claims and she provides trusted advice to senior executives and business leaders on a range of people issues to reduce exposure of claims.  Susan enjoys working with clients to increasing employee engagement, and achieving positive cultural change.  

Susan is a member of the Australian Human Resources Institute

  • Luke Gilliland
    Lawyer

Luke Gilliland is a Lawyer at IRIQ Law.

Luke has attained both a Bachelor of Laws and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Queensland University of Technology. He was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in April 2017.

With over a decade of experience in training and customer service, Luke has a strong understanding of the dynamic between employee and employer and is dedicated to resolving disputes and ensuring a mutually beneficial solution for all parties involved.

Luke has an interest in supporting small business across Queensland, helping owners and workers alike to navigate the complex legal landscape of employment law.

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  • Richard Diqer
    Lawyer

Richard Diqer is a Lawyer at IRIQ Law.

Richard holds both a Bachelor of Laws and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Queensland University of Technology. He was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in April 2019.

With years of management experience in the highly competitive and customer focused Hospitality and Medical Practice fields, Richard brings an intimate understanding of the operating requirements of small businesses to IRIQ.

Richard takes a pragmatic approach when dealing with client matters and believes in providing holistic solutions with a focus on the individual circumstances of his clients.

  • Jatin Sarna
    Business Data Analyst

Jatin Sarna is a Business Data Analyst working on IRPayTM at IRIQ Law.

Jatin holds a Master degree in information systems and a bachelor degree in business administration. Jatin is a hardworking professional, and possesses big data analytical skills which includes analysing, compiling, demonstrating, visualising of big data moreover, He also has experience in negotiating with external and internal stakeholders, creating users story including functional and non-functional requirements. Jatin has published a research paper for HICSS conference which shows the prediction analysis of human brain trends, analysis of their data and their behaviours.

Jatin carry an excellent dexterous knowledge in the field of application testing or UAT, developing business process, and knowledge of great analytics tools such as Power BI, MySQL, Qlik, Advanced MSExcel, Bizagi, Microsoft 365, and many other useful software for practical analysis of data.

At IRIQ Law, Jatin will be analysing payroll data for our IRPay product to ensure strong governance in organisations proactively ensuring they are paying their staff correctly with ongoing auditing to ensure this continues.

  • Nicholas Collier
    Paralegal

Nicholas Collier is a Paralegal at IRIQ Law. 

Nicholas holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics from the University of Queensland.  He is due to attain a Bachelor of Laws from the Queensland University of Technology as of 18 June 2021.  He is also due to obtain a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law as of 24 September 2021. 

With nearly a decade of legal research, case management, hospitality and administrative experience, Nicholas has an intricate understanding of both the goals of clients and the legal processes to achieve those goals. 

Nicholas takes a comprehensive approach with clients, focusing on their interests.  A complex understanding of the process of industrial law in a federal context has provided him with the tools to get the best and most just results for clients. 

  • Katrina Nadschlaeger
    Senior Consultant
    Sydney

Katrina NKatrina Nadschlaeger is a Senior Consultant at IRIQ Law based in Sydney.

A passionate Human Resources professional with 20+ years experience across all areas of HR/ER, within the Retail, Logistics, Pharmaceutical and Consumer Sectors. Katrina has a track record of success in Managing Transformation & Change Projects, developing People strategies, negotiating Enterprise & Industrial Agreements & strategically advising Senior Business Executives on all key people matters.  Katrina holds a B.Comm in HR/IR, Cert IV in Training & Assessment.   Katrina has an interest in and has also undertaken studies in Law.

  • Dr Paul Harpur
    Special Advisor

Paul-harpur-e1465445581633Dr Paul Harpur is a Special Advisor to IRIQ.

Paul has a PhD in workplace relations and employment law, with a particular emphasis on work health and safety, anti-discrimination and equality laws.

Paul has had a balanced portfolio of practical experience and academic research.  He has advised employers in relation to OH&S, anti-discrimination and general industrial advocacy.

Paul has worked with IRIQ to develop its unique and practical training package on managing workplace injuries and illness.

Client Testimonials

IRIQ's flexibility in learning solutions is suitable for our business as they offer a number of flexible options for learning including webinars, classroom training, simulation, and e-learning.  I would highly recommend them to an employer seeking to balance workplace relations or HR management theory with practical outcomes.

Angela Liebke, Group HR Manager
Watpac Limited

Quite simply IRIQ is the best. Theresa and her team take the time to understand your desired outcomes and then set a strategy in place to deliver it, and deliver it fast. It is when the going gets tough that you really begin to appreciate their skill, determination and values.

David Ash, Chief Operating Officer
Procast Australia Pty Ltd

Theresa has an in-depth knowledge of all matters IR, very professional in her dealings and a pleasure to work with. Theresa was instrumental in helping us to get our collective agreement over the line.

Meaghan Chatfield, Lead HR Advisor, Perth
Transfield Worley

I was extremely happy with the service provided by IRIQ Staff and Management.

They were flexible with my learning timeframes due to personal and work commitments and provided support and clarification. The content was challenging and technical, and assisted with enhancing my knowledge of Industrial Relations. I would recommend this training to any HR/IR professional.

Cahlia Heynen, Brisbane
EC&M, IR101 Training Graduate

Theresa is a genius in the area of Industrial Relations Strategy. There are very few IR experts in Australia and Theresa is among the best. She is able to quickly analyse, recommend and deliver the IR services that your business needs. I would not hesitate to recommend Theresa to anyone seeking assistance and expertise in Workplace Relations matters.

Grace Collier, Melbourne
Industrial Relations Analyst and Columnist for The Australian