Australia at Work Five Year Study 2007- 2011
12 Jan 2012
In 2007 the Workplace Research Centre began the Australia at Work project - a major ARC-funded longitudinal study of Australian workers. Since the project commenced in 2007, the Australia at Work project team has sought to understand the nature of employment in this country, and how it is changing over time. Below is a link to a number of factsheets reporting on key themes from the study. This includes factsheets on topics including hours of work, working time preferences, employee attitudes to their managers, the gender pay gap, incidence of job change, and factors influencing employee perceptions of risk of workplace injury or illness.
The link to factsheets on the Australia at Work website is:
Further factsheets and working papers will be uploaded onto the website in the near future.