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'This database contains the full text decisions of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory from 1986 as selected by the court' Residential Tenancies Tribunal of the Australian Capital Territory from 1998 (AustLII) Part of the AustLII database. Perform a global search, database search, casename search, view an alphabetical list or view a list of recent cases. Administrative Appeals Tribunal of the Australian Capital Territory Decisions (at AustLII) ‘This database contains the full text decisions of the ACT Administrative Appeals Tribunal since 1993 as selected by the Tribunal.’ CaseLaw ...
and was said to improve employment levels and national economic performance by dispensing unfair dismissal laws for companies under a certain size, removing the "no disadvantage test" which had sought to ensure workers were not left disadvantaged by changes in legislation, and requiring workers submit their certified agreements directly to Workplace Authority rather than going through the Australian Industrial Relations Commission . Additional factors aimed at increasing economic performance included clauses significantly compromising a workforce's ability to legally go on strike, requiring workers to bargain for ...
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Fit For the West: The Western Australian Approach to Labour Market ...
Given the importance of export markets -- particularly for the capital-intensive mining industry -- to the Western Australian economy, its labour market regulation needs to suit its export-focused economy. In part because of its export focus, Western Australia has been a leader in labour market liberalisation.  Western Australia's current regulatory structure, now seven years old, provides a good basis for safeguarding and extending the prosperity of Western Australians.  There is no good reason to re-regulate the Western Australian labour market, although it would be in the public interest to improve considerably ... market research, surveys and trends
Allens Arthur Robinson: Publication: Focus: Workplace Relations
We review the 'reasonable hours' test case, workplace flexibility for parents, transmission of awards, summary dismissals in response to serious misconduct, and changes in WA that may bring it into line with the rest of Australia on redundancy issues. In brief: Very little will change in the way of overtime allocation following the Australian Industrial Relations Commission Full Bench ruling in the 'Reasonable Hours' test case. Lawyer Tony Saunders reviews the ruling. The test case followed Australian Council of Trade Unions ( ACTU ) applications to vary 14 federal awards to include an ... market research, surveys and trends

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Whilst the mining companies may be breathing a sigh of relief after the government’s backdown on the resources super tax, many Australian businesses still face uncertain times. An recent article in The Australian newspaper described the potential threat of a GFC 2 resulting from the debt-ridden economies of Europe. At HRwisdom we are very much focussed on being proactive and taking positive planning steps (and we’ll talk more soon about some excellent employee retention tools you can use). However, for those businesses in Australia which may be suffering or trying to manage their costs very closely, we have put together an ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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synergies of US$270 million after tax in 2002-03 and around a 4 percent value .... Whilst the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission later ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) is the largest peak national body representing workers in Australia. It is a council of 46 affiliated unions representing about 1.8 million workers. The ACTU is probably the most visible aspect of the Australian labour movement. The ACTU was formed in 1927 as the "Australasian Council of Trade Unions". It was one of the earliest attempts by trade unions to apply the principles of One Big Union earlier explored by more radical syndicalist unions like the CNT or revolutionary industrial unions like the IWW. In the Australian case, agitation for One Big Union occurred from 1911 from two ...
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