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Selected reports on emerging technologies and workplace trends.
Australian cleantech review 2011: Industry status & forecast trends (PDF), 2011. Goodwood, Australian CleanTech.
A profile of the Australian Cleantech sector analysing over 400 companies in terms of State, Sub-sector, Revenue, Employees and Funds Raised.
Capturing opportunity: Cleantech business booms around the world. 2012, Grant Thornton International.
Perspectives on emerging trends and their impact on cleantech companies worldwide.
Clean Energy Trends 2012 Clean Edge
A report analysing clean-energy activity in the U.S. and abroad
Shomos, A. et al. Forms of work in Australia. 2013, Productivity Commission.
Hajkowicz, SA et al. Our future world: global megatrends that will change the way we live 2012, CSIRO.
Tech trends 2012: elevate IT for digital business (PDF, 3MB) 2012 Deloitte
Work-life balance in South Australia (PDF) 2012, Centre for Work + Life, University of South Australia.
Dorrian, J., N. Skinner, et al. Work quality, not just quantity: work-related predictors of psychological distress, work-family interaction and alcohol consumption (PDF, 1MB) 2011, Adelaide, Centre for Work + Life, University of South Australia.
Social and employment factors that impact on wellbeing.
Workplace bullying "We just want it to stop". 2012, House Standing Committee on Education and Employment. Inquiry into workplace bullying.
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