Employer Associations and Industrial Relations Change - Catalysts or captives?

By: Peter, Sheldon / Louise

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Allen & Unwin: Allen & Unwin, 1999. 'Finally we have a collection of essays that provide the reader with some fascinating insights on how a range of key Employer Associations operate in Australia. For too long the role and operation of employer groups have been a mystery to those trying to understand the Australian system.' >Ron Callus, Director, Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Training, University of SydneyIndustrial relations in Australia has undergone profound change in recent years. Employer associations have been responsible for driving much of this change. At the same time, this change raises new challenges for employer associations themselves. Yet they have seldom attracted the attention of researchers and we know little about their roles and influence.To chart the relationship between employer associations and industrial relations change since the early 1980s, Employer Associations and Industrial Relations Changefocuses on seven associations. They include the most prominent national associations as well as associations that represent employers in particularly important industries. Some have been central catalysts for changeothers became its captives. In examining changing product and labour markets, industrial relations traditions, the nature of association membership and the politics of policy making, the authors break new ground on what employer associations do, how they do it and why.Employer Associations and Industrial Relations Changewill be essential reading for practitioners and policy makers, tertiary teac<p>. Paperback. New.

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