Brotherhood of St Laurence

Valuing care in Australia : achieving pay equity in the social and community services sector /

By: Allebone, James | Brotherhood of St Laurence
Series: Social policy working paperPublisher: Fitzroy, Vic. Brotherhood of St Laurence and Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne 2011Description: p. 14ISBN: 1921623268; 9781921623264ISSN: 1832-4339Other title: Social policy working paper ; no. 15Subject(s): Equal Pay For Equal Work | Wages | Women | Sex Discrimination In Employment | Pay Equity | Low Income Groups Employment | Trade Unions | Sex Differences | Service Provision | Community Services | Industrial Relations | University Of Melbourne. Centre For Public Policy (cpp) | Brotherhood of St LaurenceDDC classification: 331.133 ALL Online Resources: Electronic copy
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June 2011 Bibliography : p. 12-14

In the context of an historic Equal Remuneration Case, this paper argues that the low pay endemic to the social and community services sector in Australia is primarily the result of the sector's volunteer past and highly feminised character, and represents a serious undervaluing of care. In the likely event that Fair Work Australia grants a substantial award increase, state and federal governments must subsidise additional costs for employers in this vital sector. Broader questions about welfare provision are also raised.

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