The search found 7 results in 0.245 seconds.
Call to Action
The data presented in this report highlight a number of serious problems that will inhibit the growth of Australia, both economically and culturally. It is imperative that all governments and education authorities implement rigorous workplace planning for...
The Transforming Disability conference brought together people with proposals for changes to disability policies and those whose direct experience enables them to provide informed critical comment on current trends and proposed changes. A selection of the papers from this conference are available online.
The trend of declining labour force participation by older working-age men, combined with an ageing population, has led many industrialised nations to develop policies encouraging older male workers to remain in the labour force. A better understanding of how an individual's health influences the labour...
In a paper for the Australian Social Policy Conference 2005, Marc Adam and Paul Flatau from Murdoch University examine the relationship between the level of job security experienced by Australian workers and mental health and well-being outcomes and changes in the level of job security...
Simon Evans and Carolyn Evans look at the issues facing a new committee .
Australian political history is littered with unsuccessful attempts to pass broad ranging human rights Acts. The recent passage of the ACT Human Rights Act contrasts with, for example, the...
This paper argues that poor quality part-time work may exacerbate problems of work and family imbalance rather than contribute to their solution. Drawing on preliminary results from a research project currently underway at CASR, they introduce several dimensions that are important in any assessment of...
Robert Drago, David Black and Mark Wooden tested alternative hypotheses for the causes of long working hours, using data for an Australian sample of full-time employed workers. The results suggest that long hours (50 or more hours in a usual week) are often persistent, and...