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Compared to the early 1970s, unemployment rates are now higher in almost all developed countries. In the 1990s, overall unemployment in OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries rose from its already unacceptably high level at the end of the previous decade. The number of unemployed persons was 36 million. Especially grim have been developments in Europe. In OECD countries in North America and Oceania, unemployment has declined much more than in Europe in recent years. In Japan, the unemployment rate has traditionally been much lower than in other OECD countries, but it ...
The question in the title of this article came about from the release of a fabulous new book by LexisNexis- Butterworths – Australian Labour Law – Text, Cases & Commentary, 5th edition . Through my introductory look at the book, it seems that occupational health and safety gets around half a page in a book of over 1200 pages. As an OHS reader I was disappointed, as I believe that OHS is an important subset of labour law. My belief is echoed by some Australian publishers who include, usually, a chapter on OHS in their labour law titles. LexisNexis has never been a publisher ... Read More
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