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Samples in periodicals archive:
Preferred Hours under the Fair Work Act', Australian Journal of Labour Law, vol.
2011) 'Navigating the maze of Australia's complex discrimination legislation: A case study of belief discrimination', Australian Journal of Labour Law, 24(1), pp.
Owens and Riley, The Law of Work; Richard Naughton, 'Implied obligation of mutual trust and confidence', Australian Journal of Labour Law, vol.
2007), 'Family Provisions and Work Choices: Testing Times', Australian Journal of Labour Law, vol.
1989) 'The right to strike in Australia, Australian Journal of Labour Law, 2(1), pp.
11) Enterprise-level bargaining had in fact been introduced by the former Labor Government in the early 1990s, as a measure to increase workplace productivity and efficiency, but with important safeguards for employees; these included AIRC scrutiny of enterprise agreements to ensure (among other things) that there was no overall disadvantage to workers compared to relevant award conditions (the 'no disadvantage test'); see Ron McCallum 'Enhancing Federal Enterprise Bargaining: The Industrial Relations Reform Act' (1993) 6 Australian Journal of Labour Law 63.
1997), 'Termination of Employment Under the Workplace Relations Act 1996 (Cth)', Australian Journal of Labour Law, vol 10, pp.
2004), 'The Legal Complexity of Workplace Regulation and its Impact upon Functional Flexibility in Australian Workplaces, Australian Journal of Labour Law, vol.