A comparative analysis of the industrial relations experiences of Indigenous and other Australian workers
Indigenous employment policy needs to be informed by a good understanding of the industrial relations culture of workplaces. For example, the local industrial relations environment is a major factor determining wages, job conditions and the quality of workplace life. This study contrasts the experience of industrial relations for Indigenous and non-Indigenous workers in workplaces with some Indigenous employees. The Australian Workplace Industrial Relations Survey (AWIRS) 1995 is the first...[Show more]
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