Vulnerable South Australians and the 2014-15 Federal Budget

WISeR have released a report that presents case studies exploring the lived experiences of six families giving a personal perspective of the impacts of the 2014-15 Federal Budget. The study focusses on the three groups of vulnerable South Australian households identified as being amongst the most severely affected by the budget changes. The report concludes […]

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WISeR newsletter

The latest edition of WISeR words is now available.

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Smart Workplaces Online – website launch

WISeR have combined their expertise with local manufacturing businesses and the Department of State Development to develop Smart Workplaces Online – a resource designed to support manufacturing businesses seeking to better understand and successfully implement High Performance Workplace Systems (HPWS). Complete the Smart Workplaces Online self assessment at www.wiser.org.au/smartworkplaces The website was officially launched by […]

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WISeR Words now available

The November issue of the WISeR newsletter, WISeR Words, is now available to download from the Newsletters page.

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“Far From The Car”, presented by Associate Professor John Spoehr

The case for transformational economic change in the face of the automotive industry’s approaching collapse. Tuesday 10 February 2015 5:30-7:00pm The Braggs Lecture Theatre Register Now To listen to a recording of our past lectures and forums and to view PowerPoint presentations, visit the Lectures and Forums page.

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Impacts of 2014-15 Federal Budget on SA – new report

A new WISeR report reveals more than 265,000 (29.4%) South Australian families will be worse off in 2017-18 as a result of the 2014-15 Federal Budget. The report shows that proposed health and education spending reductions result in losses of Gross State Product ranging as high as $1.6 billion. The jobs impact of these reductions […]

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