6 edition of Laying the Foundations of Industrial Justice found in the catalog.
by Federation Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||309|
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In the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW celebrated its centenary. Its earliest predecessor, the NSW Court of Industrial Arbitration, held its first meeting on 16 May While there is great deal of interest in the federal arbitration system, the NSW system covered more workers in the state and led the federal tribunal in a number of areas.
Laying the foundations of industrial justice: the presidents of the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW, [Greg Patmore;] -- This book examines the role of industrial regulators in shaping notions of industrial justice on the occasion of the centenary of the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales.
Justice FL Wright President, Industrial Commission of NSW This book was conceived to mark the Centenary of the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW which occurred on 30 Aprilone hundred years after the Court of Arbitration of NSW was founded.
Its aim is to. This book focuses on the first nine presidents of the Industrial Relations Commission commencing with Henry Emanual Cohen in and concluding with William Kenneth Fisher who retired in Read the Forew ord (PDF format) to the publication by Justice F L Wright, the current President of the Industrial Relations Commission.
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