Working Towards 2000: The Changing Nature of Work
Discusses in a textbook manner the changing nature of work in Australia. New technologies, the shift away from primary products and an ageing population are all contributing to different work practices. Includes sections on occupational health, discrimination, superannuation and equal opportunity.
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THE CHANGING NATURE OF WORK
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