Project #13978 - Human Resources Management Law - Australia

Research is a choice of any one of the following topics:

 

1.    The International Labour Organisation is concerned with improving working conditions. One topical area for the ILO is domestic workers.  Detail any applicable ILO labour standards and example how member countries, at a national level, regulate for these workers, and whether the ILO standards appear to be met or whether regulation needs to be improved to achieve the standards.  Choose any two member countries.

 

 

2.    Employers are increasingly adopting social media policies.  They are used in relation to the conduct of their recruitment practices and in their management of employees.  Discuss the significance of such policies both in relation to employment contracts and employee discipline contexts, referring to recent cases where possible.

   

3.    Dismissal protections in Australia are comparatively extensive.  Identify relevant legislative provisions and contrast protections in one other country, highlighting differences and how they might impact on employers, including small businesses.

 

4.    Good faith bargaining is a requirement of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).  Contrast the Australian system with another national system regulating bargaining, and then identify the advantages of a particular system. 

 

    

The approximate length of this paper is 2000 words.  At least 12 references including journal articles, texts and other relevant commentary. Referencing should be Chicago style.

Subject Law
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/17/2013 12:00 am
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