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The Employment Revolution : The Lloyd Ross Forum series - Jim Macken

The Employment Revolution

The Lloyd Ross Forum series

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The demise of full-time, life-time jobs; the rise of part-time work, job sharing, contract work, working from home and temporary employment agencies all herald a new world of work. There are radical new laws with major changes to the structure of industrial relations. Jim Macken?s book analyses the nature of the global changes taking place and the consequences on employment and industrial relations. He covers changes to the law and to the industrial relations structure, including unions, peak councils, management structures and industrial tribunals. He challenges current entrenched ideas of the future of employment in Australia.

What employment revolution? How many revolutions? The law of master and servant Other contracts of employment Performance of an employment contract Termination of a contract of employment The philosophy of the cultural revolution The evolution of the corporate State Unemployment as an element in structural change The rise in casual and part-time employment Temporary employment agencies The employment revolution and the law Industrial relations and institutions The 'human resource' syndrome Work co-operatives and 'new unionism' A changing definition of work Postscript

Appendices Industrial Relations Act 1991 (NSW), Part-time work provisions Extracts from ILO Convention No 96 Industrial Relations Act 1991 (NSW, Ch 7 - private employment agents Advertisement Australian Financial Review, 7 May 1982 Press Reports concerning the human resources debate Industrial Relations Act 1991 (NSW), ss 275-278 Brochure of clerical placement service, Hunter Labour Co-operative Advertisement in the Northen Herald, 17 September 1992

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ISBN: 9781862870994
ISBN-10: 1862870993
Series: The Lloyd Ross Forum series
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 144
Published: November 1992
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 21.000 x 14.000