Work arrangements on large capital city building projects
AbstractThe study examines the relationship between work arrangements and workplace performance on large capital building sites.
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Date of creation: 15 Aug 2002
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work arrangements - building - construction - labour market - workplace - training - safety - health and safety - OH&S - wages - on- costs - hiring - recruitment - redundancy - remuneration;
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- Anonymous, 1998. "Work Arrangements in the Australian Meat Processing Industry," Commission Research Papers 31902, Productivity Commission.
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