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The Resource Labour Force Mobility in the Australian Resources Industry : Socio-Economic and Regional Impacts

Labour Force Mobility in the Australian Resources Industry : Socio-Economic and Regional Impacts

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Labour Force Mobility in the Australian Resources Industry : Socio-Economic and Regional Impacts
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Labour Force Mobility in the Australian Resources Industry
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Socio-Economic and Regional Impacts
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Labour Force Mobility in the Australian Resources Industry : Socio-Economic and Regional Impacts
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Labour Force Mobility in the Australian Resources Industry : Socio-Economic and Regional Impacts
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  • Cover -- Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- 1 Long-Distance Commuting in Australia -- Abstract -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Data Inaccuracies -- 1.3 Why Commute Long Distances to Work? -- 1.4 Worker Mobility and Planning for the Future -- References -- 2 The Socio-economic Impacts of Long-Distance Commuting on People and Communities -- Abstract -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The What, Why and Who of Long-Distance Commuting -- 2.3 Long-Distance Commuting and Host Communities -- 2.4 Long-Distance Commuting and Source Communities -- 2.5 Long-Distance Commuting and Hybrid Communities -- 2.6 Public Enquiries into Long-Distance Commuting -- 2.7 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 3 Analysing the Spatial Distribution of Changing Labour Force Dynamics in the Pilbara -- Abstract -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.1.1 Mining and Planning -- 3.1.2 The Pilbara Region -- 3.1.3 Residential Mobility -- 3.1.4 Long-distance Commuting -- 3.2 Methods -- 3.3 Results -- 3.3.1 Residential Mobility -- 3.3.2 Long-distance Commuting -- 3.3.3 Further Research -- 3.4 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 4 Reshaping Rural Communities 'at a Distance': The Resource Boom, FIFO and Non-mining Towns -- Abstract -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Regional Context -- 4.3 Research Methods -- 4.4 Community Perceptions on FIFO: Results of the Q-Sort -- 4.4.1 Component 1: Community Benefits -- 4.4.2 Component 2: Government Response -- 4.4.3 Component 3: A Cautious Perspective -- 4.4.4 Component 4: Ambivalence and Discontent -- 4.5 Discussion and Implications -- 4.6 Conclusion -- References -- 5 Economic Impact Analysis in a Resource Industry Boom -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Economic Impact Analysis -- 5.3 Regional Economic Impact Analysis for a Mining Operation in the Peel region of Western Australia
  • 5.4 Recognising the Effects of Long-Distance Commuting in the Regional Economic Impact Analysis -- 5.5 Limitations and Extensions of Input-Output Analysis -- 5.6 Conclusions -- Appendix 5.1: Aggregated Input-Output Table for the Peel Region -- References -- 6 The Development Prospects of FIFO Source Communities -- Abstract -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Research Study -- 6.3 Findings -- 6.3.1 Development of FIFO in Stawell -- 6.3.2 The Local Mining Workforce -- 6.3.3 Benefits and Costs of FIFO -- 6.4 Discussion -- 6.4.1 FIFO and Population Retention -- 6.4.2 Labour Market Flexibility -- 6.4.3 Wealth Generation -- 6.4.4 Regional Development and FIFO -- 6.5 Conclusion -- Acknowledgement and Disclaimer -- References -- 7 The Potential Value of Lifecycle Planning for Resource Communities and the Influence of Labour Force Mobility -- Abstract -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Building Self-Sufficiency, Combatting Labour Mobility: Mineral and Energy Resource Development in South Australia's Remote North -- 7.2.1 Leigh Creek -- 7.2.2 Roxby Downs -- 7.3 Lifecycle Planning and Labour Force Mobility -- 7.4 Conclusion -- References -- 8 Fly-In/Fly-Out Accommodation: Workers' Perspectives -- Abstract -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Living FIFO: Opportunities and Challenges -- 8.2.1 Psychological Sense of Community -- 8.2.2 Accommodation Villages and Attraction of FIFO Workers -- 8.3 FIFO Workers' Accommodation Needs: A Western Australian Perspective -- 8.4 Findings from the FIFO Services Survey -- 8.4.1 Respondents' Demographic Profiles -- 8.4.2 Respondents' Work Profiles -- 8.4.3 Rosters -- 8.4.4 Importance of and Satisfaction with Key Village Service Areas -- 8.5 Village Built Environment -- 8.6 Village Personal Environment -- 8.7 Village Food Services -- 8.8 Village Sport and Recreation Facilities -- 8.8.1 Accommodation Villages and Attraction of Workers
  • 8.8.2 Perceived Stress -- 8.8.3 Gender and Stress -- 8.8.4 Roster and Stress -- 8.8.5 Age and Stress -- 8.9 FIFO Psychological Sense of Community -- 8.9.1 Gender and FIFO Psychological Sense of Community -- 8.9.2 Roster and FIFO Psychological Sense of Community -- 8.10 Discussion and Implications -- 8.10.1 Stress and Medical and Counselling Support -- 8.10.2 Village Accommodation and Services, and Attraction and Retention of FIFO Workers -- 8.11 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 9 Aboriginal Mine Workers: Opportunities and Challenges of Long-Distance Commuting -- Abstract -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Aboriginal Engagement in Mining in Remote Australia -- 9.3 Aboriginal Participation in Long-Distance Commuting -- 9.4 Long-Distance Commuting from the Midwest Region, Western Australia -- 9.5 Aboriginal Experience of Long-Distance Commuting in the Midwest -- 9.6 Conclusion -- References -- 10 International Long-distance Commuting in the Resources Sector: Why Do Resource Workers Choose to Work in Australia but Live in Bali? -- Abstract -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Methods -- 10.3 The Bali FIFO Demographic -- 10.4 Making a Home in Bali: Expectations and Motivations -- 10.5 Processes of Relocation -- 10.6 Quality of the Lived Experience and Future Intentions -- 10.7 Economic Implications of FIFO Resident Population on Bali -- 10.8 Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Index
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