The statutory rights of public servants : the experience of officers of the Commonwealth Public Service of Australia
The universal growth of governmental activities and the consequent expansion of public employment since the advent of the industrial revolution have extended the special relationship between the government and its employees to an increasing proportion of the workforce. While the rights and obligations of public employees are identical to those of private employees in many respects, there are important differences which set them apart. The origin, extent, nature and justification of these...[Show more]
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