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COVID-19 and the future of work in Tasmania

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Eccleston, R and Hyslop, S and Johnson, L and Adams, D and Bohle, P and Butcher, T and Eslake, S and Fairbrother, P, COVID-19 and the future of work in Tasmania, Tasmanian Policy Exchange and the College of Business and Economics in collaboration with Tasmanian Leaders, Hobart, Tasmania, pp. 1-74. (2021) [Report Other]


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Abstract

Governments and communities the world over continue to struggle with the complex balancing act of containing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic while supporting the recovery from its devastating economic impacts. This challenge is compounded by the fact that the long-term economic and social sustainability of this recovery requires that it be built upon meaningful, well-paid, and productive jobs. In this fast-changing and uncertain context, a nuanced understanding of the changing nature of work and the conditions likely to shape labour market outcomes in the emerging ‘new normal’ is critical. Despite Tasmania’s relative success managing the virus thus far, the challenges for the future of work are as pressing here as they are anywhere else in the world.

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Item Type:Report Other
Keywords:Tasmania, COVID-19, entrepreneurship, social change, workforce planning, social change
Research Division:Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
Research Group:Human resources and industrial relations
Research Field:Workforce planning
Objective Division:Economic Framework
Objective Group:Macroeconomics
Objective Field:Economic growth
UTAS Author:Eccleston, R (Professor Richard Eccleston)
UTAS Author:Hyslop, S (Ms Sarah Hyslop)
UTAS Author:Johnson, L (Dr Lachlan Johnson)
UTAS Author:Adams, D (Professor David Adams)
UTAS Author:Bohle, P (Professor Philip Bohle)
UTAS Author:Butcher, T (Mr Tim Butcher)
UTAS Author:Eslake, S (Mr Saul Eslake)
UTAS Author:Fairbrother, P (Professor Peter Fairbrother)
ID Code:147393
Year Published:2021
Deposited By:Management
Deposited On:2021-10-29
Last Modified:2022-01-25
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