Regulatory Challenges Facing Remote Working in Australia
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This chapter examines the industrial relations and workplace challenges associated with increasing remote work in Australia. First, the chapter reports on responses obtained from 11 in-depth interviews with human resource and industrial relations practitioners to assess the support and barriers for continuing and or increasing the uptake of remote work post COVID-19. It then examines the Australian industrial relations framework to determine its support of extending flexible work arrangements for a wider scope of workers.
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