A History of Occupational Health Nursing in NSW
By Jim Kitay.
There is a growing recognition that the study of the individual enriches labour and social history research. Labour biography has increasingly diversified from a focus on life studies of prominent labour leaders to embrace the experiences of a range of working men and women, unionists and activists, or discrete networks in local communities and the workplace. Working Lives reflects this diversity.
Worksite promotes debate on issues in workplace relations and issues affecting the Australian labour movement. Worksite is produced by staff in Work and Organisational Studies, University of Sydney Business School.