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Meeting the Challenge of Casual Work in Australia: Evidence, Past Treatment and Future Policy
(National Institute of Labour Studies, 2004)
"This article focuses on policy options to contain the expansion of casual work in Australia, especially long term casual work. The first part summarises the evidence on casual work and why it is a problem in Australia. ...
A new estimate of casual employment?
(National Institute of Labour Studies, 2001)
"Researchers at the Productivity Commission have challenged the standard ABS estimates of casual employment in Australia. Using information drawn from the recent Forms of Employment Survey, they propose a new, drastically-reduced ...
Multiple Job Holders in Australia: Motives and Personal Impact
(National Institute of Labour Studies, 2012)
"Multiple job holding, also called moonlighting or secondary job holding, is an important topic for research and policy, both in Australia and in several other industrialised societies. Official labour force statistics in ...
Beyond Voodoo Economics and Backlash Social Policy: Where Next for Working Life Research and Policy
(National Institute of Labour Studies, 2006)