Report on the 7 Eleven Case in Australia



Central to the inquiry were allegations of illegal conduct relating to the treatment of visa holders employed by franchisees. Information about the report and the background to the inquiry can be
found at this link: Following the release of the report, there has been public
debate surrounding the employment of visa holders in Australia, notably student visa holders and s457 visa holders (skilled workers). address the following questions. Part A 1. Provide a summary of
the 7 Eleven inquiry. Why was it done and what were the major findings? 2. Critically analyse any gaps in the Australian ER system that this inquiry raises in regard to the role of the state and
the role of unions. (You will need to do some background reading on these two aspects in order to provide an evidence-based argument.) 3. Discuss the implications of the inquiry for the regulation
of ER in Australia – not just 7 Eleven. (You will need to blend professional, newspaper and academic sources.) Part B 1. To what extent would non-union forms of employee representation and voice
alleviate the issues raised in the case? Support your answer with evidence relating to non-union representation. 2. What changes to bargaining structures in the retail industry do you believe are
appropriate to avoid the issues that arose in the 7 Eleven case. Support your answer with reference to relevant evidence regarding the effectiveness of bargaining structures in Australia


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