Recent publications

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Minimum wage hike to cost 100,000 jobs: IPA

MEDIA RELEASE | Aaron Lane and Mikayla Novak

"Today's minimum wage hike will continue to hurt low income households, young workers and the unemployed," said Aaron Lane, Research Fellow at the free market think thank the Institute of Public Affairs. Today an expert panel of the Fair Work...

Minimum wages must not rise: IPA

MEDIA RELEASE | Aaron Lane

"High minimum wages discourage employment and workforce participation. An increase in the minimum wage will particularly hurt the unemployed and low income households," said Aaron Lane, Research Fellow at the free market think tank the Institute...

Submission to the Fair Work Commission

SUBMISSION | Aaron Lane and Mikayla Novak

Annual Wage Review 2014

CFMEU decision highlights urgent need for IR reform

MEDIA RELEASE | Aaron Lane

"The record fines handed down by the Supreme Court of Victoria today demonstrates that Australia's outdated industrial relations system is in urgent need of reform," according to Aaron Lane, Research Fellow at the free market think tank the...

Senate Standing Committee on Education Employment and Workplace Relations

SUBMISSION | John Lloyd

Inquiry into Fair Work (Registered organisations) Amendment (Towards Transparency) Bill 2012

Figures do not lie - building industry out of control

MEDIA RELEASE | John Lloyd

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released quarterly data on industrial disputes for the September quarter 2012. "Industrial disputation in construction soared to an alarming level. Construction recorded 62.7 days lost to industrial...

The Automotive industry: Workplace relations impediments to its survival

SUBMISSION | John Lloyd and Richard Lyons

The Automotive industry: Workplace relations impediments to its survival

CFMEU call for rate cut lacks credibility

MEDIA RELEASE | John Lloyd

"The persistent refusal of the CFMEU leadership to countenance work practice changes that would lift productivity means their call for the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates is devoid of credibility," said John Lloyd, Director, Work Reform and...

Grocon - questions remain

MEDIA RELEASE | John Lloyd

"Reports that the CFMEU has withdrawn the unlawful blockades unconditionally are welcomed. It is to be hoped that normal work can now resume," said John Lloyd, Director, Work Reform and Productivity Unit at the Institute of Public Affairs....

Calls for an independent inquiry into trade union financial practices

MEDIA RELEASE | John Lloyd

"It is time for an independent and thorough inquiry into the management of union funds to be conducted," said John Lloyd, Director, Work Reform and Productivity at the Institute of Public Affairs. The financial management of Australian trade...

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