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eBook Workplace Industrial Relations: Australian Case Studies (Australian Studies in Labour Relations) ePub

by Russell D. Lansbury,Duncan Macdonald

  • ISBN: 0195532759
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Russell D. Lansbury,Duncan Macdonald
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: OUP Australia and New Zealand (May 4, 1992)
  • Pages: 264
  • ePub book: 1830 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1821 kb
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Russell D Lansbury - Emeritus Professor, University of Sydney, Australia . Series: SAGE Library in Business and Management. July 2011 1 600 pages SAGE Publications Ltd. Download flyer Recommend to Library.

In the Government of Australia, the minister administers this portfolio through the Attorney-General's Department. Other bodies in these portfolios include,: Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency. Australian Building and Construction Commission. Fair Work Commission. Registered Organisations Commission. Workplace Gender Equality Agency.

30 THE DRAWING BOARD 1. Introduction The past two decades have witnessed a great deal of workplace change in Australia.

This book has two main strengths. First, its approach gives a sense of the texture and variety of the implementation of lean production. After Lean Production is a rich collection of case studies, offering detailed pictures of the manufacturing practices and employment policies of a number of plants. The case studies are. well written and informative.

The emphasis in this unit is upon the dynamics of the relationship between management and workers and change in the workplace.

unemployment in Australia, 1966 to 1986 1 Unemployment and families Plant shutdown: a case study in managed change.

Revised version of paper presented to Conference on Unemployment (1992: University of Wollongong ) The decline in WA police officers' salaries 1974/ 1990 'Atypical' employment and the failure of labour law 1 The Australian labour market: March 1991. unemployment in Australia, 1966 to 1986 1 Unemployment and families Plant shutdown: a case study in managed change.

A case study of the experience of the Ford Motor Company with workplace reform is used to illustrate a positive example of employee participation in Australian industry over the past decade. This paper will seek to clarify the issues in the broad debate and to ascertain why greater progress has not been made in implementing employee participation at a time of unprecedented dominance by Labor and trade union influence at the national level.

Reporting the findings of case studies in Australia, this survey examines how the most significant recent development in Australian industrial relations is the decentralization of industrial activity towards the individual workplace level.