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"Contracting Employmenty". A Case Study of How the Use of Agency Workers in the SA Power Industry is Reshaping the Employment Relationship

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  • Gryst, R.
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    This study focuses on the changing work environment in a large SA Government power utility which has undergone significant restructuring as it moves from a government agency to a Public Corporation, with its full privatisation imminent. The research traces these changes and with it the changing composition of the workforce, both in terms of total numbers and the increased use of more flexible sources of labour such as agency workers and contracting arrangements. In particular the paper focuses on the extent and use of agency workers in the organisation.

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    Paper provided by Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Training in its series ACIRRT Working Papers with number 59.

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    Length: 63 pages
    Date of creation: 1999
    Handle: RePEc:fth:acirrt:59
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    Storie Dixson Wing H10. Institute Building University of Sydney, NSW 2006.

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