Damian Oliver - Newsroom articles
Sydney Morning Herald
Dr Damian Oliver is quoted in an article about the rise of youth unemployment.
Cloud of bias over graduates surveyed 23 Jul 2014
The Australian reports on a pilot study led by the Business School into how satisfied employers are with graduates. Damian Oliver is quoted in the article.
Is there a "Gen X squeeze"? 11 Jul 2014
Radio National Life Matters
Dr Damian Oliver is interviewed on Radio National Life Matters about the work, family and social life factors that influence Generation X.
The Conversation published a piece about the recent increase to Australia's national minimum wage co-authored by Damian Oliver and John Buchanan from the Workplace Research Centre. Read more
ABC The World Today
Damian Oliver is interviewed about minimum wage amidst the Fair Work Commission's annual minimum wage review.
Damian Oliver has had an opinion editorial published at The Conversation, on the topic of youth wages for young people covered by the General Retail Industry Modern Award.
Fears for lost generation of jobless youth 30 Jun 2013
Damian Oliver has been interviewed by Fairfax Media on the topic of youth unemployment, and the risk that Australia is in danger of creating a 'Lost Generation', similar to that which has occurred in Europe.
Who will protect our IR protections? 10 May 2013
The Drum Opinion
ABC's The Drum online has published an op-ed by Professor John Buchanan and Dr Damian Oliver, from Workplace Research Centre at the University of Sydney Business School, on the Coalition's IR policy.
Pay claims put youth jobs at risk 18 Apr 2013
The Daily Telegraph
Damian Oliver from the Workplace Reseach Centre has been interviewed about the wage gap between youth employed by fast food giants and the rest of the hospitality industry.
Recruitment Agencies in the Labour Market 30 Jan 2013
ABC Radio Central West
ABC Radio Orange has interviewed Damian Oliver, Leading Research Analyst, Workplace Research Centre, Business School, re the role of recruitment agencies in the labour market.