John Buchanan - Newsroom articles
Sydney Morning Herald and The Age
Professor John Buchanan was quoted in an article in the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age about the Productivity Commission’s draft report on workplace relations and the proposed individual enterprise agreements.
Jobs of the future 06 Jul 2015
ABC Radio National
Professor John Buchanan was interviewed on ABC Radio National's Big Ideas about the future of jobs in Australia and the impact of new technology on employment opportunities.
John Buchanan on A-PAC Sydney 30 Jun 2015
Professor John Buchanan was interviewed on A-PAC Sydney about care work policy in Europe and the concept of vocation.
ABC 7.30 interviewed Professor John Buchanan in a story about the trade union Royal Commission into negotiations Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten made as a top official with the Australian Workers Union.
ABC The World Today
Professor John Buchanan was interviewed by ABC The World Today about older Australians staying in work for longer periods of time.
John Buchanan on Triple J 10 Jun 2015
Professor John Buchanan was interviewed on Triple J about housing affordability in relation to earnings.
John Buchanan on 702 ABC Sydney 04 May 2015
702 ABC Sydney
702 ABC Sydney interviewed Professor John Buchanan about industrial relations and the shift in debate which has occurred.
Unemployed youth turned off by thought of trades 24 Mar 2015
The Daily Telegraph
Dr John Buchanan is quoted in the Daily Telegraph about youth unemployment rates and the demand for high-skilled apprentices for trades.
John Buchanan on ABC News 24 24 Mar 2015
ABC News 24
Professor John Buchanan appeared on ABC News 24 to comment on the deal made by the Shop Assistants' Union and employers in South Australia which compromises penalty rates for a general pay rise.
SA industrial agreement 'a landmark for many of the reasons that aren't widely recognised' 24 Mar 2015
ABC News Radio
Professor John Buchanan is interviewed by ABC News Radio about a new industrial agreement between the Shop Assistants' Union and employers in South Australia in regards to penalty rates.