Industrial Relations Essay by writingsensation

Industrial Relations
An overview of the history of Australian industrial relations.
# 68187 | 1,359 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Aug 08, 2006 in Business (Industries) , Labor Studies (General)


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Description:

An examination in chronological order of the major events in Australia industrial relations and both Federal and State from 1980 to the present. Each event will be described and the objective stated. It also analyzes the impact of each on the construction industry.

Outline
Statement of Thesis
Introduction
Industrial Relations 1980s to Present Both Federal and State
Collective and Enterprise Agreement Advantageous Aspects
Research the Security of Payments Act N\SW, 1999

From the Paper:

"In the making of an effort of promotion on increased security an effort of seeking the promotion of increased security in relation to payments to the construction industry contractors, subcontractors, consultant and suppliers. This is only a small part of the role of Government in support and promotion of behavior that is ethical within the industry with the key change. (Rights and Responsibilities 2005) Standard reflective clauses are stated as, "These clauses are being used in contracts for government-related work, whereby payment periods and other clauses in the contract with the client are reflected in all sub-contracts for work on the project." NSW Department of Industrial Relations (2005)"

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