Disruptors like Uber and AirBnB are changing the employment model - Are Australia’s workplace laws keeping up?

14 July 2015

Australia’s employment, workplace and safety laws are struggling to keep up with the frenetic rate at which the world of work is changing.

In this short video series, Corrs employment, workplace and safety experts explain how Australia’s IR system has fallen out of step with modern business practices and the employment and workplce reforms needed to support Australian industries into the future.

The ‘Uber-isation’ of employment - New generation companies are transforming employer-employee relationships

The traditional full-time, permanent employment model is being irrevocably dismantled. Australia’s IR system must adapt to a fast-paced and fluid job market.

Enterprise agreement flexibility - The key to helping Australian business compete globally

Australia’s employment and industrial regulations have fallen out of step with the reality of business in today’s disruptive world.


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