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Shae McCrystal, Breen Creighton and Anthony Forsyth (eds)

Is the system of collective bargaining under the Fair Work Act broken? Both employers and unions think that it is, and that the legislation requires significant amendment. Are they right?

The Department of Mercantile and Labour Law at the University of the Western Cape invites applications for a post-doctoral research fellowship in a multi-disciplinary research project titled Fairwork in the Platform Economy in the Global South, which is supported by the UK Economic and Social Res

A special issue of the journal Jurisprudence has been published, with a book symposium on Ruth Dukes’ The Labour Constitution, with contributions from Karl Klare, Michael Fischl, Judy Fudge, Guy Mundlak and Emilios Christodoulidis.

Contributions
The Role of Collective Bargaining in Italian Labour Law
Mariella Magnani

Recent developments of Italy’s Industrial Relations System
Francesco D’Amuri,Raffaella Nizzi

The table of contents and abstracts of the newly released 1/2018 issue of the four-monthly journal Economia&Lavoro are now available on Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini’s website. Single essays in electronic format and paper copies of the present issue can be purchased online.

Edited by K.R. SHYAM Sundar

We are pleased to announce that the Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal​ has recently published two new Dispatches:
"Workers’ Privacy in the Employment Contract: Developments From Chile"

by Sergio Gamonal C. and César F. Rosado Marzán"

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Collection of papers presented in the fifteenth International Conference in commemoration of prof Marco Biagi: “Working in Digital and Smart Organisations.

Consultant to Provide Hands-on training for Development of Occupational Safety and Health Regulations

Université de Liège (Belgium) has just published a vacancy for a two years post-doc position on the broad topic of "work and digitalisation" (legal aspects).

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