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If the field of labour law is not yet dead, it now seems widely accepted that it is in dire need of a reconceptualisation, argues the author.
"Perhaps in the past we might have spoken about the need for new protections for workers, or...
This research report contains the findings of a survey of company directors in the areas of directors' understanding of their duties, directors' priorities, the company's relationship with its shareholders, the company's relationship with its employees and the influence of key stakeholders.
The key concern of Richard Mitchell and Anthony O'Donnell in this paper is how statutory labour law in Britain and Australia is being reconstructed in the light of the 'partnership' idea.
"This necessarily entails some examination of contrasting notions of partnership: which understanding of...
In an article published in the National Institute of Labour Studies’s Australian Bulletin of Labour , five legal academics from the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law at the University of Melbourne have concluded that the federal government’s WorkChoices legislation is likely to bring...