The world of paid work is fundamental to the functioning of society. There are many stakeholders - from governments, unions and employer associations, through to individual employers and employees. This text examines different approaches to understanding the nature of the employment relationship, complete with a contextual background as to how this relationship has changed and developed throughout our nation's history. The Workplace Relations Amendment (Work Choices) Act 2005 signalled the dawning of a new era in employment relations in Australia. This text offers a balanced view of this legislation, and explores its likely impact. It is ideal for a first course in contemporary Employment Relations.
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