Deposit S15 - ACSPA News Sheet

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AU NBAC S15

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ACSPA News Sheet

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  • 1959 - 1973 (Creation)

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0.1m

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(1956 - 1979)

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The Australian Council of Salaried and Professional Associations was formed on 17 October 1956 by an amalgamation of the Salaried Employees' Consultative Council of New South Wales and the Council of White Collar Associations, Melbourne. With divisions in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia, the Association merged into the Australian Council of Trade Unions in 1979.

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Issues for: 1959 (Jun), 1960 (Mar), 1961 (Feb), 1962 (Jan/Mar), 1963 (Nov), 1964 (Mar-Dec), 1965 (Mar-Aug, includes additional name 'Basic Wage/Total Wage Newsletter), 1966 (Mar-Jul, includes additional name 'National Wage Cases Newsletter), 1967 (Feb-Jul), 1968 (Jan-Aug) , 1969 (Mar, Jul, Dec), 1970 (Apr, May, Nov), 1971 (Mar, May, Nov), 1972 (Mar, May, Jul, Aug), 1973 (Jan, Mar, Jun, Aug).
Also includes papers given at the Trade Union Youth Week Forum (Aug 1964), 'The history and achievements of the Australian Labor Movement' by K. Stone, 'Economic and Social Problems of Young Workers' by John Paterson and 'Trade Union, Young Worker Education and Training in a World of Technological Change' by MC Jordan. Also a paper, 'The scramble for income: or how the Federal Government chickens out of a fight and leaves the Arbitration Commission to do the dirty work', by John Paterson (Feb 1965).

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