The fair work act and worker voice in the Australian Public Service
The Australian Public Service (APS) has always been something of a testing ground for federal government's industrial relations policies. Under the Coalition government from 1996 to 2007, workplace relations laws and strict parameters regulated bargaining in the APS and promoted managerial unilateralism, individualism, and union exclusion. By contrast the Labor government's Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) favoured collective agreement making, but retained some features of previous workplace laws such...[Show more]
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