Fair Work Commission

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Promoting compliance through behavioural insights

This report looks at how behavioural insights techniques could be applied to reduce costs and barriers to access for employers and employees who use the Fair Work Commission’s services, and improve overall compliance with unfair dismissal and enterprise agreement lodgment requirements.
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Working better for small business

This project was designed to identify ways in which the Fair Work Commission’s guides, resources and services could be improved to meet the needs of the small business community, within the scope of the current legislative framework.
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Analysing modern award coverage using the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification 2006

This report examines whether it is possible to map modern award coverage to the Class/4 digit code level of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification 2006 (ANZSIC), and the limitations of this mapping. It also discusses the extent to which any map produced...
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Award reliance and differences in earnings by gender

The report uses data from both the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Employee Earnings and Hours (EEH) survey and the Household Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey, both of which have a measure of award reliance. Part 1 of the report examines the differences...
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Higher classification / Professional employee award reliance qualitative research: Interim report

This report presents interim findings from a longitudinal qualitative research project that examines the factors that lead to and result from award reliance in higher and professional award classification employment. The interim report provides in-depth qualitative analysis from the first phase of the project which...