Special working arrangements to allow for care responsibilities in Australia: availability, usage and barriers
AuthorTemple, J; Dow, B; Baird, M
Source TitleAustralian Population Studies
PublisherNorthern Institute, Charles Darwin University
University of Melbourne Author/sTemple, Jeromey
AffiliationMelbourne School of Population and Global Health
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsTemple, J., Dow, B. & Baird, M. (2019). Special working arrangements to allow for care responsibilities in Australia: availability, usage and barriers. Australian Population Studies, 3 (1), pp.13-29
Access StatusOpen Access
BackgroundPopulation ageing is projected to reduce labour force growth and aggregate labour force participation, whilst increasing demand for informal carers. Increasing the labour force participation of Australians who face barriers to employment (including carers) is part of the solution to labour market pressures occurring due to demographic change and may improve the financial wellbeing of carers.AimsTo examine the availability, usage and barriers to accessing Special Working Arrangements (SWA) to provide care while employed in Australia.
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