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Jim McDonald

Jim McDonald was high school and TAFE teacher in the 70s, an active unionist for 20 years, a union official for a decade, and taught industrial relations courses for 15 years at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at USQ and Griffith Universities. He stood for The Greens in Wide Bay during the 2010 Federal election and for Noosa in the 2012 Queensland election. He is presently a Queensland Greens Spokesperson and is a delegate to the Queensland Greens Council.


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'Workers Online' no more
Media - 14/12/2006 - 4 comments
Assault on Australian workers' conditions
Economics - 3/03/2006 - 28 comments
How not to negotiate with workers
Law & Liberties - 21/11/2005 - 45 comments
Australia’s IR policy favours bosses
Domestic Politics - 13/09/2005 - 8 comments
IR reforms: evolutionary claims fudge fundamental differences
Domestic Politics - 12/08/2005 - 4 comments
Will workers have Moore's or less bargaining power?
Economics - 30/06/2005 - 16 comments
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