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On 26 September, Nat Skead and Mary Heath went to the LEAD meeting hosted by Flinders University in Adelaide. It is a pleasure to share the Smart Casual resources with people in roles with responsibility for sessional teachers and professional development in law. 422 more words
We took the Smart Casual modules for a viewing by other disciplines at the HERGA conference: From Research and Policy into Practice on 23 September 2016. 220 more words
Nilu discusses why the ruling that Uber drivers are ‘workers’, rather than being ‘self-employed’ is a cause for celebration for all workers, especially others in the gig economy. 1,519 more words
Underemployment phenomenon emerges with rise of part-time workforce - Analysis & Opinion - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Economists have begun to view underemployment with alarm, with good reason.