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by Stephen J. Frenkel,Alice Coolican

ePub Unions Against Capitalism?: Sociological Comparison of the Australian Building and Metal Workers' Union (Australian studies in industrial relations) download
Author:
Stephen J. Frenkel,Alice Coolican
ISBN13:
978-0868614762
ISBN:
0868614769
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Publisher:
Allen & Unwin (January 1, 1985)
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Economics
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0868614688 (ISBN13: 9780868614687).

In recent years, Australian unions and the Federal Government have developed a close working relationship. This paper presents a framework for the analysis and ongoing comparative study of the tourism planning process

In recent years, Australian unions and the Federal Government have developed a close working relationship. Employers, by contrast, have remained isolated and divided. This paper presents a framework for the analysis and ongoing comparative study of the tourism planning process. This framework holds tourism planning to be a complex and contingent process occurring within and between three locations: the individual tourism organisation; the industry; and within the state.

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Women Workers, Trade Union Government and Strategies: The NSW Nurses’Association and Teachers’Federation’. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Sydney. Rimmer, M. and Sheldon, . (1989).

The Australian Workers Union (AWU) is one of Australia's largest and oldest trade unions. It traces its origins to unions founded in the pastoral and mining industries in the 1880s and currently has approximately 100,000 members. It has exercised an influence on the Australian trade union movement and on the Australian Labor Party throughout its history. The AWU is one of the most powerful unions in the Labor Right faction of the Australian Labor Party.

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Published 1984 by G. Allen & Unwin in Sydney, Boston Bibliography: p.

AWU - Australian Workers' Union, Sydney, Australia. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 17 November 2009. Non-profit organisation. Australian Workers' Union - Victorian Branch. Australian Workers' Union - Queensland Branch. Maritime Union of Australia - MUA. Trade union. United Workers Union.