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Few occupational injuries have received greater media and public attention in Australia than Repetition Strain Injury (RSI). The high workers’ compensation payouts and worktime losses associated with the steep rise in the reported incidence of RSI have caused concern to employers in both the...
Recent writers have suggested that if the training and development function is to be effective in the future, it will need to move beyond its concern with techniques and traditional roles. This paper describes the strategic approaches that the organisation can take to training and development,...
In my last annual report to the Victorian Parliament I made the following statement: Sex discrimination remains the most widespread, persistent, and 'normal' form of unequal opportunity in this community. Even after a decade in which women's issues have been politically acknowledged,...
In September, 1985, the Government announced proposals for a major overhaul of the taxation system in Australia. In its completed form, this will involve the introduction of a Capital Gains Tax, imputation of Company Dividends, the taxation of fringe benefits, and the non‐deductibility of...
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