This strategy provides an important framework to increase Indigenous employment outcomes across the Commonwealth public sector.
Fact Check Fact File: COVID-19 has put jobs in danger. How many workers don't have leave entitlements?
The ACTU has repeatedly said 3.3 million Australians, or one in three workers, are "casuals, contractors, labour hire and gig workers". That claim is likely an understatement. Combining the estimated number of self-employed workers with those in casual employment would suggest as many as 4.8...
The renewables industry is an important source of employment in Australia. This study presents the findings from the first, large-scale survey of renewable energy employment in Australia.
What works to achieve effective employment services for young people? This report presents lessons from the evaluation of the Transition to Work Community of Practice.
This strategy provides a range of short- and longer-term recommendations designed to strengthen the craft economy at both a macro and micro level, in order to engender a thriving craft ecology that positions South Australia at the heart of Australian craft innovation and culture.
Analysis and optimisation strategy of employment decentralisation in Perth through density and accessibility indicators
The Western Australian government has embarked on an employment decentralisation agenda aimed at bringing jobs closer to the people and improving urban sustainability in the Perth Metropolitan Region. This study employs density and accessibility measures to evaluate this decentralisation (or rather ‘poly-centralisation’) policy.
Everyone living and working in Australia, regardless of citizenship, residency and visitor status, has been affected by the COVID-19 health crisis. This position statement raises eight critical issues that impact people’s careers.
This Bill Brief provides an overview of the Victorian Wage Theft Bill 2020.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says 1 million jobs have been created over the past five and a half years. But Opposition Leader Tony Abbott Opposition claims unemployment is marching towards 800,000. Can they both be right?