Australian industrial relations practice
A guide to the practical aspects of industrial relations in Australia, with explanations of the system and awards. Also provides advice on preparing and presenting a case before an industrial tribunal. Suitable for managers, trade union officials, industrial officers and students, it includes exercises, case studies and an index.
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The Australian system of industrial relations
The processes of award making
Awards and workplace industrial relations
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3rd edn accident pay advocacy advocate agreement Alan Davies allowance ambit claim annual leave apply Arbitration Reports arguments Australian Industrial Relations Australian Labour Law award restructuring basis Bill Sheffield Bradley classification clause clerical Clerk collective bargaining comparative wage justice Council covered David Gregory day worker decision discussed drivers employed employment entitled evidence federal grievances he/she his/her Horden important industrial disputes Industrial Relations Commission industrial tribunals Industry Award 1984 issues Kerry Wilson labour leading hand managerial Manufacturing Industry Award matter meal break National Wage negotiation occupations Officer operate ordinary rates organisation overtime paid parties payment perform period Personnel Peter Wentworth practice preparation production rate of pay redundancy relevant role rostered Sheffield shift worker Shire shop stewards skills staff stewards strategy Structural Efficiency Principle sub-clause Supervisor Sydney tactics trade union Tradesperson trucks week Wentworth witness workplace