A guide to labour statistics
Australian Bureau of Statistics, Jan 1, 1986 - Reference - 108 pages
Presents the statistical frameworks, concepts, sources and collection methodology of ABS labour statistics including: the labour force; earnings and award wages; labour costs; employer training expenditure and industrial disputes. It also discusses how Australia's statistics relate to major International Labour Organisation conventions and examines differences between similar statistical series measured by different ABS surveys.
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The labour force framework
Employment including underemployment
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ABS Catalogue ABS concepts Australia Australian Capital Territory Australian National Accounts award rates Census of Population chapter classified collective agreements Commission Commonwealth Commonwealth Employment Service compensation of employees compiled concepts and definitions conducted covered defence forces defined dwellings Earnings and Hours economic censuses employed persons employer survey system employment injuries Estimated Resident Population excluded hours paid ICLS included Income and Housing income unit Industrial Accidents Collection industrial disputes International Labour Organisation interview Job Vacancies labour cost labour force experience Labour Force Survey labour statistics long service leave methodology migration multiple jobholders obtained organisations paragraphs payments persons aged 15 Population and Housing population surveys Queensland rates of pay reference period registered retail price index salary earners South Australia South Wales special supplementary survey Standard Industrial Classification Supp supplementary topic survey week trade union underemployment unemployed unemployment benefit unpaid family helpers wages and salaries