Casting a Little More Light ... Do We Really Know What Entreprise Bargaining Has Meant for Women's Wages in Australia
AbstractThis paper uses comprehensive data on enterprise agreements collected and maintained by ACIRRT. We examine trends in agreement making with particular reference to the relations that exist between: industry feminisation, union invelvement in agreement making, they outcomes including both average annual wage increases and the inclusion of provisions relating to various aspects of working time flexibility.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Training in its series ACIRRT Working Papers with number 56.
Length: 26 pages
Date of creation: 1999
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Postal: Storie Dixson Wing H10. Institute Building University of Sydney, NSW 2006.
WOMEN ; WAGES;
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