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Author Australia. Parliament. Senate. Employment, Workplace Relations and Education References Committee

Title Workplace agreements / The Senate Employment, Workplace Relations and Education References Committee
Published [Canberra, A.C.T.] : Commonwealth of Australia, [2005]
©2005

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 MELB  331.8910994 Aus/Wat  UNAVAILABLE C19
Description xi, 92 pages ; 25 cm
Series Senate Committee Report / Employment, Workplace Relations and Education References Committee
Australia. Parliament. Senate. Employment, Workplace Relations and Education References Committee. Report
Contents Ch. 1. The evolution of workplace agreements -- Ch. 2. Enterprise bargaining and Australian Workplace Agreements -- Ch. 3. Enterprise bargaining, productivity and economic performance: where is the evidence? -- Ch. 4. Social objectives -- Conclusion and findings -- Government Senator's report -- Australian Democrats supplementary remarks
Summary This report looks at whether the objectives of various forms of industrial agreement-making, including Australian Workplace Agreements, are being met and whether the agreement-making system, including proposed federal government changes, meet the social and economic needs of all Australians
Notes "October 2005"
Chair: Senator Gavin Marshall
"Senate Committee report"--Cover
"Terms of reference. Whether the objectives of various forms of industrial agreement-making, including Australian Workplace Agreements, are being met and whether the agreement-making system, including proposed federal government changes, meet the social and economic needs of all Australians, with particular reference to: (a) the scope and coverage of agreements ... (b) the capacity for employers and employees to choose the form of agreement-making which best suits their needs; (c) the parties' ability to genuinely bargain, focusing on groups such as women, youth and casual employees; (d) the social objectives, including the gender pay gap and enabling employees to better balance their work and family responsibilities; (e) the capacity of the agreement to contribute to productivity improvements, efficiency, competitiveness, flexibility, fairness and growing living standards; and (f) Australia's international obligations."--p. v
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Commonwealth of Australia
Subject Collective bargaining -- Australia.
Collective labor agreements -- Australia.
Labor contract -- Australia.
Labor laws and legislation -- Australia.
Author Marshall, Gavin
ISBN 0642715882