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    • Employment entitlements and casual status: Lessons from two Queensland cases 

      Whitehouse, G; Rooney, T (National Institute of Labour Studies, 2003)
      "Casual status is commonly understood to exclude the entitlements associated with ongoing employment relationships. In Australia, however, the definition of casual employment has never been precise, and a high proportion ...
    • Employment benefits in enterprise agreements: An overview 

      McGrath-Champ, S (National Institute of Labour Studies, 2003)
    • Paid maternity leave: The good, the bad, the ugly 

      Baird, M (National Institute of Labour Studies, 2003)
      "In Australia’s masculine wage-earner welfare state, paid maternity leave was an employment entitlement largely ignored by government, unions and employers. Consequently, Australia lags well behind the rest of the world ...
    • Employment entitlements: Development, access, flexibility and protection 

      Burgess, J; Baird, M (National Institute of Labour Studies, 2003)
      "Employment entitlements are currently in the public policy domain largely due to the loss of entitlements associated with corporate failure and to the absence of a specific entitlement, paid maternity leave, in the ...
    • Legislating for benefits - NSW 1941-1958 

      Patmore, G (National Institute of Labour Studies, 2003)
      "This article examines the general legislation introduced by NSW Labor Governments for annual leave, sick leave and long service leave during the period from 1941 to 1958. The innovative legislation for annual leave and ...
    • Protection for employment entitlements: A legal perspective 

      Riley, J (National Institute of Labour Studies, 2003)
      "Employees who have rendered faithful service, often trading off immediate pay increases for the promise of improved leave and redundancy benefits, do so trusting that the employer will honour those entitlements. As many ...
    • Bargaining for welfare: Gender consequences of Australia's dual welfare model 

      Jefferson, Therese; Preston, Alison (National Institute of Labour Studies, 2003)
      "The tradition in Australia of delivering welfare benefits through the industrial relations system rather than through social insurance schemes has important implications for coverage and adequacy of important forms of ...