Work Arrangements in the Australian Meat Processing Industry
AbstractThis report examines selected work arrangements and assesses their implications for the performance of meat processing enterprises. The effects on employees are also considered, and the scope to achieve further necessary change is analysed. The study has drawn on information obtained from detailed discussions with industry representatives (including several meat processors), as well as previous industry studies.
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Date of creation: 15 Aug 2002
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work arrangements - meat processing - labour market - red meat - consumption - workforce - employment - institutional environment - industrial relations - recruitment - promotion - shiftwork - tallies - tally - labour on-costs - dispute resolution - role of government - awards - workers' compensation - beef - veal - sheep;
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