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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark Wooden; Robert W Drago; Anne Hawke
|Description:||xv, 238 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction Objectives Key Concepts Outline The Changing Face of Australian Industrial Relations (with Anne Hawke) A Decade of Change The Impetus for Change Responses to Change Summary The Significance and Nature of Collective Agreements The Scope and Significance of Agreements The Motivation for Agreement-making Explaining Differences Across Workplaces in the Use of Enterprise Agreements Informal Agreement-making Non-union Collective Agreements Pattern Bargaining Summary The Significance and Nature of Individual Agreements Defining Individual Agreements Incidence, Coverage and Trends Factors Motivating and Inhibiting the Use of Individual Agreements Features of Individual Agreements Summary Enterprise Bargaining and Trade Unions (with Robert Drago) Evidence from the AWIRS Evidence from the 1998 NILS Workplace Management Survey Summary The Changing Nature of Work and the Implications for Workers Job Insecurity Longer Working Hours Earnings Inequality Summary The Productivity Question How Can Enterprise Bargaining Promote Higher Productivity? The Macro Evidence Changing Bargaining Structures and Productivity Catch-up The Micro Evidence Summary The Future of Australian Industrial Relations The Coalition Agenda Is Industrial Relations Reform Beyond Politics? Management Expectations The Final Word Appendix A: Data Sources Appendix B: Results from Multivariate Analysis References/ Index Published with the assistance of: National Institute of Labour Studies Business Council of Australia Committee for Economic Development of Australia|
|Responsibility:||Mark Wooden with contributions from Robert Drago and Anne Hawke.|
Contents Introduction Objectives Key Concepts Outline The Changing Face of Australian Industrial Relations (with Anne Hawke) A Decade of Change The Impetus for Change Responses to Change Summary The