Workplace Relations: employment and industrial law

Floyd, Louise (2009) Workplace Relations: employment and industrial law. In: Turner, Clive, (ed.) Australian Commercial Law. Thomson Reuters (Professional), Pyrmont, NSW, Australia, pp. 813-834.

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[32.05] This chapter outlines the fundamental principles and emerging issues of industrial and employment law (workplace law), that is: a. the law regulating the formation and operation of the employment contract; b. the laws governing the workplace and relationships and standards in the workplace) eg minimum conditions of employment, enterprise bargaining conditions, discrimination and unfair dismissal; c. the principles applying to the operation of trade unions and the associated issues of strikes and enterprise bargains; d. the role of bodies such as the Australian Fair Pay Commission and the Australian Industrial Relations Commission; and e. constitutional issues regarding the sources of industrial legislation.

Item ID: 8898
Item Type: Book Chapter (Reference)
ISBN: 978-0-455-22575-3
Keywords: commercial law; industrial law
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Date Deposited: 24 May 2010 03:47
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