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Report

Western Australia resources sector working hours 2007

This report describes trends in working hours in the mining sector.
Briefing paper

Fly-in, fly-out in the Western Australian resources sector

This paper describes the benefits of fly-in, fly-out operations to regional areas.
Discussion paper

Prison to work - employment service offer 2018 - 2021: consultation paper

This consultation paper outlines initiatives to assist Indigenous prisoners to access the support they need on their release.
Report

Enterprises' commitment to nationally recognised training for existing workers

Erica Smith, Richard Pickersgill, Andy Smith and Peter Rushbrook aim to provide a clearer understanding of how and why enterprises use nationally recognised type of training. They find that successfully embedding training in enterprises involves a three-phase process - engagement, extension and integration. In most...
Fact sheet

Temporary labour schemes, the new avenue of social mobility: case study Vanuatu

Using evidence-based research of ni-Vanuatu workers in the Seasonal Worker Programme, this paper argues that this strategic policy of encouraging development for Pacific island nations is effective, and that participating in labour migration provides workers with new avenues of social mobility.
Survey

107141 | Tasmanian jobs - September 2017

The results of the combined Australia Institute Tasmania and Unions Tasmania’s jobs survey are in and they spotlight underemployment and unpaid work as key issues for respondents.
Discussion paper

Focus on regions 2: education, skills and qualifications

This report presents and analyses a range of statistical information about skills, education and employment trends in Australia’s regions over the period 1991 to 2001.
Report

Dark side of the boom (Victoria)

State government agencies often lack basic information on how many mines are in operation, with still less published on closures and abandonments.
Report

People matter for local government

This study, from the University of Technology Sydney Centre for Local Government, examines employee perceptions of council workplaces in NSW. Approximately 1,500 local government employees responded to the survey in 2016 and 2017.
Thesis

Rich and well, poor and sick? The relationship between income and self-rated health from the New Zealand household panel Survey of Family, Income and Employment (SoFIE)

Background This thesis investigates the relationship between income and health in New Zealand adults, using longitudinal data from the household panel Survey of Family, Income and Employment, 2002 to 2005. Evidence for a cross-sectional relationship between income and health is strong, but may be affected...