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31: Employer Association
Industrial relations in Australia is undergoing considerable change. The counterpart organisations to unions for employees are, of course, employer associations. This paper argue that employer associations exist to provide to employers, services to enable them to cope with the ... in the fields of industrial relations and personnel administration. The fourth is to lobby within the political arena in opposition to social legislation (concerning, for example, minimum pay laws, reduced hours of work, and, in Australia, the establishment of conciliation and arbitration tribunals) (Windmuller, 1984:1). The maze of employer associations in Australia is quite complex and attempts at classifying different types of associations are necessarily approximate. People suggest classification of employer associations into two general groups: single industry associations and multi-industry (or umbrella) associations. People ...
32: Role of Government in Mixed Economies Such As Australia
Role of Government in Mixed Economies Such As Australia What role do governments have in modern mixed economies such as Australia? Using appropriate indicators (macro economic aggregates) outline the present state of the economy. In what ways is the Commonwealth government using fiscal and monetary policies to influence the Australian economy? What are the main features of the government's micro economic policy? Why is the government concerned about microeconomic reform? Synopsis: The role of government in Australia today has less influence on the market than they did a decade ago. It function now is to provide a stable internal and external balance under which the market can function. This is achieved ...
33: Child Sex Tourism Bill in Australia
Child Sex Tourism Bill in Australia On March 23rd 1994 the Child Sex Tourism bill was introduced into the House of Representatives. This act, which amended the Crimes Act of 1914, enabling the Australian government to prosecute Australian child sex offenders ... is in touch with the community values within Australian cities. The amendments made to the law were needed because of the shameful amount of Australians indulging in sex practices with minors in countries other than Australia. Before the law was amended the general feeling among those involved in the process was that the Child Sex Tourism Act would have to carry severe penalties with it. The reason for such hefty penalties ... consists of several community minded groups who all gel together to shape a well rounded institution with a lot of influence within the nation. The institution as a whole carried out an education campaign within Australia. This education campaign focussed on the abundance of child sex tourism. LAWASIA is another group of individuals that devoted many hours of their time in assuring the new legislation was passed in Parliament. LAWASIA ...
34: Describe The Main Limitations Suffered By Those With Chronic
One of the major public health problems facing Australia today is Asthma. It is disturbing that there has been an apparent increase in its prevalence and severity, and increased rates of hospital admissions. (E.J.Comino, 1996) For the diagnosed patient, the degree to ... problems is documented in a 1995 study by R,Bussing et al. In particular they tend to suffer from limited school functioning, inability to attend school and need for special school or special classes. In Australia, school loss caused by asthma accounted for approximately 965,000 days annually. (Aust Bureau Statistics, 1991) In particular poor academic performance and greater risk to learning difficulties were found to be the greatest negative consequences ... research into new drug treatments of asthma by pharmaceutical companies and universities over the last 20 years. One such new effective drug to emerge is a Leukotiene receptor antagonists (LTRA). It was recently introduced into Australia this year and the USA 3 years ago. In people with asthma, leukotrienes play a key role in causing the inflammation, bronchoconstriction, and mucous production that lead to coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath. ...
35: Independence of Judiciary in Australia
Independence of Judiciary in Australia a) How is the independence of the judiciary guaranteed in Australia? While the Westminster system had largely developed because of the doctrine of separation of powers, the Australian system of government is largely based on the Westminster. This doctrine of separation of powers proposes that the ... several advantages, it proposes separate, specialized and efficient branches of government and it also reduces the abuse of government power by dividing it. a) Why is the independence of the judiciary an important feature of Australia's system of justice? The judiciary is the government branch that is concerned with the administration of justice. The judiciary is absolutely separate from the executive and the legislature, so it can check the ...
36: Film Marketing In Australia
It seems Australia's film success is not determined by its quality but by its box office returns. The national identity of Australia has become nothing but a market strategy. The future of the Australian film industry seems doubtful, as it cannot command the crowds necessary to sustain high enough box office dollars, or market films sufficiently to ... and that someone else should do it. Researching target markets and market testing are foreign and not preferred by Australian filmmakers yet this may be necessary in order to achieve cinema attendance. Some actors in Australia make it clear from the beginning that they don't do publicity, however some actors say there isn't enough publicity for actors involved in film. This site looks at publicity as a potentially ...
37: Plant Evolution
... safe from the sun's rays. It was here that life began with bacteria and small microscopic plants, called algae. Algae is the worlds oldest known fossil. Found in rocks of South Africa and Central Australia up to 3100 years ago. The Age of Algae lasted more than 2000 million years old, which is about half of planet earth's lifetime. During this long period of time, some of the algae ... seeds are enclosed in layers of fruit, capable of withstanding severe changes in climate. Flowering plants have also provided us with a great variety of fabulous fruit, vegetables and cereals, which we eat everyday. Until Australia separated 45 million years ago it's plants and animals were identical to that of its neighbours. As the sea widened between Australia and Antarctica, Australia began to drift north, it became like a boat with living cargo. While some plants continued to grow and remained almost unchanged from then till now, others became adapted to new ...
38: Economics: Foreign Trade
... increasing current account deficit is considered a bad thing is because it affects the exchange rate, as a reduction in the Australian dollar restricts the things we import. b) What are the main reasons for Australia experiencing a sustained CAD? Australia is experiencing a sustained current account deficit for many reasons. These reasons include: high interest rates, worsening terms of trade, high consumer spending and less saving, inflation, variations of the exchange rate, freight and tourism ... terms of trade will turn against us. We will sell what we make at a cheaper price than what we bought it for. High consumer spending is another reason for the sustained current account in Australia. If the government spends more than it takes from people (taxes), a deficit budget occurs. This increases consumer spending even though we can't afford it. Inflation also contributes to the current account deficit ...
39: Eutahania And Suicide In America
... are to killing. Nicholas says that “the case for legalizing active euthanasia is morally indistinguishable from the case for legalizing physician-assisted suicide”(p.25). Active euthanasia is technically illegal throughout the world, except in Australia\\'s Northern Territory and in Oregon, USA. In practice, however, it is also permitted in the Netherlands under certain conditions. In the United States, the Supreme Court ruled in 1990 that patients who have clearly ... induced euthanasia occurs when people end their own lives painlessly. In some cases, physicians provide lethal drugs that their patients then take to kill themselves. This type of euthanasia is called physician-assisted suicide. Only Australia\\'s Northern Territory and Oregon in the United States have a law that clearly allows physician-assisted suicide, though the practice is also permitted in the Netherlands. The Netherlands law sanctions euthanasia, but it has ... assisted suicide was first enacted on December 8, 1994, but was deferred through appeals, until it was confirmed by a second referendum on November 22, 1997. On May 25, 1995, the Northern Territory Parliament in Australia passed the Rights of the Terminally Ill Act. It became law on July 1, 1996, making it the first place on the planet to have legalized euthanasia. It was appealed to the Supreme Court ...
40: The Goods and Services Tax
... This is A New Tax System for a new century", as quoted by the Hon P Costello MP in the second reading speech for ' A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax ) Bill for 1998. Australia is in need for a change of Taxation systems to ' A Modern, Broad Based, Low Rate, Goods and Services Tax'.(' A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax ) Bill for 1998 '). By the introduction of ... tax, but a new tax system' as quoted by the Government treasurer, Peter Costello (' A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax ) Bill for 1998).The GST is a broad based tax, that can benefit Australia by creating the following: * A reduction in the compliance costs of business. * Reduce the GST administration costs. * The removal of taxes on business inports and exports. * Guarantee the consumers the fairness of the GST implementation ... consumers.('Tax Reform. Not a new tax. A new tax system', from the Regulation Impact Statement for the Introduction of a Goods and Services Tax). The Goods and Services Tax is the necessary change that Australia needs for a new tax reform. Australia's current taxation system is complex, unfair and in need of a quick replacement due to it being out-of-date. The current taxation system incurrs both ...

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