Free resource. Fair Work Australia (FWA) is the national workplace relations tribunal (formerly the Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration.) Includes legislation and regulations as well as database of cases and decisions.
Free resource. Database of decisions. "IRCA [was] ... established ... under the Industrial Relations Reform Act 1993 ... . It is equal in status to other national superior courts such as the Federal Court ... It consists of a CJ and as many other Judges as hold office under the Industrial Relations Act 1988 ... the Workplace Relations and other Legislation Amendment Act 1996, [transferred] the Court's jurisdiction to other Courts, mainly the Federal Court of Australia."
Free resource. Educational resource made available via Fair Work Australia. "a book about the establishment and development of Australia's unique industrial relations system—the early history of the Arbitration Court, the Australian minimum wage, working hours and paid leave. It is a history resource for both educational institutions and those with an interest in the history of [Australia]."
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