Work Choice Initiatives Article Review by hicaliber

Work Choice Initiatives
This paper reviews three articles written about work choice initiatives in Australia.
# 93587 | 1,001 words | 3 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Mar 22, 2007 in Business (Administration) , Business (Human Resources) , Economics (Labor)


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Description:

In this paper, three different article about work choice initiatives in Australia are reviewed. These include 'Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Workplace Relations Amendment (WorkChoices) Bill 2005', "Business Council of Australia ," "Workchoices: Myth Making At
Work." as it appeared in "Journal of Australian Political Economy" and finally "Workchoices and Women Workers." from the "Journal
of Australian Political Economy." The major ideas presented in each article are then compared and contrasted in a chart. The issues analyzed in the chart include the stand of work choice initiatives, views on external involvement in business processes, primary objectives, management reforms, and reform agenda. The paper gives a concise and well-organized review of the articles.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Business Council of Australia. 2005, 'Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Workplace Relations Amendment (WorkChoices) Bill 2005', Business Council of Australia viewed 3, April 2006 <http://www.bca.com.au>
  • Ellem, B, Baird, M, Cooper R & Lansbury, R 2005, "Workchoices: Myth Making At Work." Journal of Australian Political Economy, no. 56, pp.12-31.
  • Pocock, B & Masterman-Smith, H 2004, "Workchoices and Women Workers." Journal of Australian Political Economy, no. 56, pp 126-144.

Cite this Article Review:

APA Format

Work Choice Initiatives (2007, March 22) Retrieved September 24, 2014, from http://www.academon.com/article-review/work-choice-initiatives-93587/

MLA Format

"Work Choice Initiatives" 22 March 2007. Web. 24 September. 2014. <http://www.academon.com/article-review/work-choice-initiatives-93587/>

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