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Akubras to Hard Hats: Easing Skill Shortages through Labour Harmonisation Strategies
(National Institute of Labour Studies, 2013)
"This article examines skill and labour shortages within rural agricultural industries in Western Australia. It draws on primary and secondary data, including 600 survey respondents in the sector. It is determined that ...
Do Holistic Human Resource Management Practices Make a Difference to Fly-in Fly-out Workers’ Job Quality? An Exploratory Investigation
(National Institute of Labour Studies, 2014)
"In common with ongoing research into human resource management (HRM), there are attributes of jobs that are associated with job quality, which are considered important in attracting and retaining employees. To date, ...
Working Time Flexibilities: A Paradox in Call Centres?
(National Institute of Labour Studies, 2010)
Call centres are a source of job growth in many parts of the world. Jobs in call centres are a manifestation of the opportunities offered by ICT, together with the internal restructuring of organisations, to reduce costs ...