Collective Bargaining: Delivering for the public interest?

By November 19, 2020Australia


This study assesses the effectiveness of the organisational-level collective bargaining model present in Australia. It concludes that the present model is failing, with less collective bargaining agreements being reached, resulting in wage stagnation despite the state-level increase in economic prosperity. It suggests that greater implementation of more drastic measures, like striking, and greater inclusion for the parties allowed in the bargaining process is necessary to develop social dialogue further.

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