Crown entities form an important part of the State. The Boards and staff working in entities operate within expectations for conduct and human resources that apply within the State services.
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Edwards, M. & Clough, R. (2005). Corporate Governance and Performance: an Exploration of the Connection in a Pubpc Sector Context. Issues Series Paper no. 1 January. Corporate Governance ARC Project. Canberra: University of Canberra.
Chief executives and staff
Good employer (Human Rights Commission)
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