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Proceedings of the 21st Conference

of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand



February 7-9, The University of Auckland, New Zealand, 2007







The following Auckland 2007 Conference papers are available in .pdf format. The papers in this volume are listed by session in ascending order.

  • 003 FREE-RIDING IN AUSTRALIA
    Peter Haynes , Peter Holland , Amanda Pyman , Julian Teicher

  • 004 KEY OPINION LEADERS AND THE FORMATION OF NEW UNIONS UNDER THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS ACT 2000
    Murrie, A.J , Jeffrey, G. & Foster, A.B,

  • 005 PREDICTORS OF UNION BELONGING IN NEW ZEALAND
    Peter Boxall, Peter Haynes, Keith Macky

  • 006 CALL CENTRES AND THE QUALITY OF WORK LIFE: A PUBLIC/PRIVATE SECTOR COMPARISON
    Zeenobiyah Hannif

  • 007 EXPLORING THE CONGRUENCE BETWEEN JOB PERCEPTION AND JOB REALITY IN THE COSMETIC SALES INDUSTRY
    Beth Mackie, Barry Foster, Kimberly Lethwaite

  • 008 WORK-FAMILY BALANCE OR GREEDY ORGANISATIONS?
    Timothy Bartram, Rosaria Burchielli, Rani Thanacoody

  • 010 ‘FIFTY PERCENT OF WHAT?’ REVERSIBLE FRACTIONAL APPOINTMENTS MEET BIAS AGAINST CAREGIVING
    Chris Diamond, Gillian Whitehouse

  • 011 UNCOVERING NON-GARMENT HOMEWORK IN AUSTRALIA: PRELIMINARY ISSUES
    Rosaria Burchielli, Annie Delaney

  • 012 MONITORING THE EFFECTS OF AUSTRALIA’S NEW WORKPLACE REGULATIONS: THE CASE OF WOMEN “MINIMUM
    CONDITION” WORKERS
    Alison Preston, Therese Jefferson, Rob Guthrie




  • 014 UNIVERSITY RESTRUCTURING AND TEACHING QUALITY
    Cameron Allen, George Lafferty and John Burgess




  • 015 THE BOEING DISPUTE AT WILLIAMTOWN: WHAT RIGHT TO BARGAIN COLLECTIVELY?
    Jenny Whittard, Mark Bray, Ros Larkin, John Lewer




  • 016 EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS REPORTING: DEVELOPMENTS IN NEW ZEALAND 2004-2006
    Thomas F McGrath




  • 017 MODELS OF ENGAGEMENT: UNION MANAGEMENT RELATIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
    Lucille Yarrington, Keith Townsend, Kerry Brown




  • 018 PARTICIPATION AND SAFETY: BHP AT PORT KEMBLA, 1935-1996
    Ray Markey, Greg Patmore




  • 020 A LITERATURE REVIEW ON BARGAINING FOR FAMILY FRIENDLY WORKING ARRANGEMENTS
    Sue Williamson




  • 021 MATERNITY AND PARENTAL LEAVE IN AUSTRALIA – BEFORE AND AFTER WORKCHOICES
    Marian Baird, Alison Page and Jenni Whelan




  • 022 PORT REFORM AND DOCKWORKERS:
    THE CASES OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND AND THEIR KAOHSIUNG COUNTERPART
    Jou-juo Chu




  • 023 ORGANISING STRATEGIES AND WOMEN ’S REPRESENTATION: THE LEGACY OF SEPARATE ORGANISING IN THE INTER
    WAR YEARS
    Cathy Brigden







  • 025 AGED CARE AT THE CROSSROADS: ISSUES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE AGED CARE LABOUR FORCE
    Sarah Kaine




  • 026 THE CHANGING NATURE OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS IN THE CHINESE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
    Russell D. Lansbury, Chris F. Wright, Shuming Zhao and Jie Zhang




  • 027 THE EXPANSION OF THE LOW-WAGE SECTOR: LABOUR MARKET POLICY CONVERGENCE IN AUSTRALIA AND
    GERMANY?
    Anja Kirsch







  • 029 TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING: LONGER WORKING HOURS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
    Erling Rasmussen and John Burgess




  • 030 WHAT DO WE WANT? WHEN DO WE WANT IT?
    THE PROLONGED BATTLE TO ORGANISE FLOOR-LAYERS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN MELBOURNE, 1983-2006
    Lynn Beaton




  • 031 THE ERA 2000 AND THE SEARCH FOR STABILITY IN EMPLOYMENT LEGISLATION IN NEW ZEALAND
    Jamie Latornell







  • 034 WOMEN-ONLY UNIONS IN JAPAN AND KOREA: THE IMPACT OF GENDER SPECIFIC UNION ORGANISING
    Kaye Broadbent




  • 036 RECONSTRUCTING UNION POWER AS THE BASIS FOR COOPERATIVE WORKPLACE RELATIONS
    Paul O’Neil1




  • 039 UNION MEMBERSHIP AMONG YOUNG GRADUATE WORKERS
    Damian Oliver




  • 040 UNDEREMPLOYMENT AND PART-TIME WORKERS: THE DEVELOPMENT OF PASSIVE FLEXIBILITY?
    Iain Campbell




  • 041 A NEW PICTURE OF STRUCTURAL CHANGE IN THE AUSTRALIAN TRADE UNION MOVEMENT: 1985-1996
    Dr. Kerrie Saville (nee Hose)







  • 046 CHANGING PATTERNS OF WORKING CLASS MOBILISATION IN AUSTRALIA
    Tom Bramble




  • 047 PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF GENDER IN LABOUR SUPPLY THEORY
    John Murray




  • 050 INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE WITHOUT ‘BENEFICIAL CONSTRAINT’: THE LESSONS FROM NEW ZEALAND AND IRELAND
    Colm McLaughlin







  • 052 EMPLOYEES AS A COMPONENT OF GOVERNANCE MODELS: DIVERGENCE BETWEEN RHETORIC, SYSTEMS AND PRACTICE
    Suzanne Young, Vijaya Thyil







  • 054 THE IMPACT OF GOOD FAITH PRINCIPLES ON COMMUNICATION ISSUES IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
    Pam Nuttall




  • 055 THE EFFECTS OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND INTRA-GROUP IDENTIFICATION ON UNION COMMITMENT
    Timothy Bartram, Christina Cregan, Pauline Stanton







  • 057 WORK, HOUSEHOLDS AND TIME IN TWO MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITIES’
    Barbara Pocock and Pip Williams




  • 058 CEO PAY-PERFORMANCE SENSITIVITY IN AUSTRALIAN LISTED COMPANIES, 1999 TO 2005
    Alessandra Capezio, John Shields, Michael O’Donnell




  • 059 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE LATENT DISCURSIVE CHALLENGE TO IR
    Ian Harriss




  • 060 PERCEPTIONS OF FAIRNESS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF WORKPLACE CHANGE IN THE AUSTRALIAN HIGHER EDUCATION
    SECTOR
    Stephen Weller, Associate Professor Bernadine VanGramberg




  • 061 ADOLESCENTS AND INJURIES AT WORK: DOES TIME OF DAY MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
    Rebecca Loudoun and Cameron Allan




  • 064 COLLATERAL DAMAGE: WOMEN AND THE WORKCHOICES BATTLEFIELD
    David Peetz




  • 065 BRAVE NEW WORK CHOICES: WHAT IS THE STORY SO FAR?
    David Peetz




  • 066 CASUAL EMPLOYMENT AND COMMITMENT: A CASE STUDY IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
    Michele Day, Jeremy Buultjens




  • 067 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION – THE GREAT DIVIDE
    L. Morris, P. Stanton & S. Young







  • 070 AUSTRALIA’S FIRST JOB DESCRIPTIONS AND THE FORMALISED MANAGEMENT OF CONVICT LABOUR
    W.M. Robbins




  • 071 COAL RUSHES: PROGRESS REPORT ON WOMEN MINERS, MINERS’ WOMEN AND THEIR COMMUNITIES
    Georgina Murray and David Peetz





  • 073 TURNOVER AND RETENTION IN A TIGHT LABOUR MARKET: REFLECTING ON NEW ZEALAND RESEARCH
    Vivienne Hunt, Erling Rasmussen




  • 074 IS THERE A LINK BETWEEN WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY & FIRM PERFORMANCE & PRODUCTIVITY?
    Felicity Lamm, Claire Massey, Martin Perry




  • 076 UNIVERSITY ACADEMICS’ PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACTS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
    Rupert Tipples and Branka Krivokapic-Skoko







  • 079 EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS UNDER THE ER ACT
    Bernard Walker




  • 080 A FAREWELL TO INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY: THE INFLUENCES OF ETHICAL GUIDELINES ON WORKPLACE ETHNOGRAPHIES
    Jennifer Sappey, Greg J Bamber




  • 081 FROM ROBE TO WORKCHOICES: THE PRODUCTIVITY MYTH
    Bradon Ellem




  • 082 THE TROUBLE WITH EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE CUSTOMER-ORIENTED BUREAUCRACY
    Angela Knox




  • 083 FEAR AND LOATHING IN AUSTRALIA: GAUGING EMPLOYEE RESPONSES TO THE WORKCHOICES ACT 2005
    Angela Knox




  • 084 TEMPORARY AGENCY WORKERS AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF WORKPLACE UNFAMILIARITY TO WORKPLACE INJURIES
    Elsa Underhill




  • 085 WHAT DOES “FAMILY FRIENDLY” MEAN AND CAN WE MEASURE IT?
    Therese Jefferson, Alison Preston




  • 086 THE USE OF EMPLOYEE REWARDS IN NEW SOUTH WALES REGISTERED CLUBS
    Jeremy Buultjens, Grant Cairncross, Lance Pike




  • 088 EMPLOYEE COOPERATION AND RESISTANCE IN WORK TEAMS
    Keith Townsend





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