Industrial relations reform at the enterprise and workplace
AuthorFry, T. R. L.; Jarvis, K.; Loundes, J.
AffiliationEconomics and Commerce: Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
CitationsFry, Tim R. L. and Jarvis, Kelly and Loundes, Joanne (2003) Industrial relations reform at the enterprise and workplace.
Access StatusOpen Access
ISSN 1328-4991 (Print)ISSN 1447-5863 (Online)ISBN 073403119XMelbourne Institute Working Paper No. 7/03
This paper compares attitudes and perceptions to industrial relations reform between senior management at large Australian organisations on the one hand, and their associated workplace managers on the other. We find that significant differences exist in the opinions and policies of workplaces and enterprises. In particular, marked differences exist in the attitudes towards human resource management and industrial relations reform. These results suggest that we may conclude that in terms of human resource management and industrial relations it appears there is no corporate culture that is carried over from head office to the workplace
KeywordsIndustrial relations reforms; human resource management; Australian industry; workplace management; industrial relations; Melbourne Institute Business Survey; enterprises and workplaces
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