Understanding and improving labour mobility: a scoping paper
12 Oct 2011
One of the challenges policy-makers face is the lack of systemic analysis around the concept of labour mobility, especially in relation to how mobility is changing and what can be done to improve it. Case studies of the mining, meat processing and early childhood care occupations and analysis of data from the longitudinal survey Australia at work have been undertaken to explore key issues and implications for advancing the labour mobility research field.
By John Buchanan, Susanna Baldwin, Sally Wright
This paper is available on the NCVER website http://www.ncver.edu.au/publications/2399.html