Papers and Presentations
Collective Bargaining: Delivering for the public interest? Enterprise bargaining under the Fair Work Act 2009 is failing. Agreements under our system may be reached without the involvement of trade unions and absent any actual process of bargaining. The number of...
AIER Board Member Keith Harvey asks what happened to the union movement and what needs to be done to reverse the decline of unionism.
AIER Board member Keith Harvey takes us through the Harvester decision and its legacy.
AIER recently attended the Industrial Relations Society of Queensland’s annual convention. The theme was “Back to the Future”.
Our presentation included the AIER’s analysis of why the system is broken and an outline of our ambitious project to envisage a new workplace relations architecture.
AIER’s Executive Director, Clare Ozich, contributed to a recently released report, “Can Less Work Be More Fair? A discussion paper on Universal Basic Income and shorter working week”. Clare’s essay considers the potential for reconsidering our relationship to work.
Freedom of association and workplace democracy are key rights that need to be revitalised if we are to address growing wealth and income inequality, argues AIER’s Executive Director in this address to the International Employment Relations Association conference.
In the 2016 election campaign, AIER is using the Australian Charter of Employment Rights to assess the workplace relations policies for the three major parties. To what extent is any political party prepared to improve our workplace regulations in line with the Charter?
“Free to Associate” 2015 Ron McCallum Debate Discussion Paper available now
AIER attended the 4th Regulating for Decent Work conference held at the ILO in Geneva last month. Clare Ozich from AIER presented a paper along with Colleen Chen from Interns Australia on the rise in organisations advocating for the rights of interns. The paper...
AIER's Executive Director, Clare Ozich, along with Colleen Chen from Interns Australia have presented their paper "Getting Ahead or Exploitation: A comparative analysis of the rise of internships and collective actions to advance the rights of interns" at the...