Technological and organisational change, employment and collective bargaining in Australia, Issue 223
International Labour Office, 1992 - Industrialization - 69 pages
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EMPLOYMENT PATTERNS AND TECHNOLOGICAL
THE TRANSFORMATION OF AUSTRALIAN
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ACAC achieved ACTU agenda agreements AIRC approach appropriate technology arbitration system argues Australia Post Australian industrial relations Australian labour movement award restructuring process Bangladesh Biotechnology career paths casual workers concern consultation consultative procedures Curtain and Mathews Daimaru decentralised Deery developing countries economy effects electronic funds transfer enterprise bargaining enterprise level factors Federal Federated Clerks Union firms Fong Chan Onn full-time impact industrial awards industrial democracy Industrial Relations Commission industrial relations system industrial tribunals industry level industry policy industry WP introduction issues January Kenya Labor Government labour market Lansbury and Davis major managerial prerogative manufacturing metal industry Microelectronics national wage negotiations non-standard employment numerical flexibility October organisation outworkers part-time employment part-time workers participation productivity progress reduced reform retail Rimmer rural second tier sector skill formation strategy structures survey TCR decision technical change technological change technology and employment trade unions union movement wage increases wage rises workforce workplace