Working Revolutions, Revolutionising Work

AIER attended the 2016 International Labor Process conference in April in Berlin. Over 300 academics from around the world gathered to present and listen to papers on themes such as precarious work, voice and participation, the digital workplace and the implications...

Employment Rights Now

Work and how it is regulated is in the public spotlight and bound to be a feature of debate in the upcoming election. In addition to ongoing issues in many industries we’ve recently heard horrendous stories of exploitation of workers in the agricultural sector,...

International Women's Day 2016

International Women’s Day is an a great time to celebrate women and our contribution to the world in all its many and varied forms. It is also a day when we reflect on past struggles and the current state of women’s progress towards equality.Invariably in the lead up...

International Women’s Day 2016

International Women’s Day is an a great time to celebrate women and our contribution to the world in all its many and varied forms. It is also a day when we reflect on past struggles and the current state of women’s progress towards equality.Invariably in the lead up...

Initial Thoughts on the PC Inquiry and TURC

The usually quiet summer period was interrupted by the release of both the Productivity Commission’s Report into the workplace relations system just before Christmas and the Trade Union Royal Commission’s report in early January. The findings and...