Enterprise-based bargaining units: a better way of working : report to the Business Council of Australia
Business Council of Australia, 1989 - Business & Economics
The major conclusion of this report is that, for Australian businesses to compete successfully in world markets, matters relating to terms and conditions of work must be settled on an enterprise-based employee relations approach. Arising from this conclusion, the report recommends major changes in the structure of unions and greater freedom to contract for employers and employees.
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