Paid parental leave evaluation: Phase 1

Martin, Bill, Hewitt, Belinda, Baird, Marian, Baxter, Janeen, Heron, Alexandra, Whitehouse, Gillian, Zadoroznyj, Maria, Xiang, Ning, Broom, Dorothy, Connelly, Luke, Jones, Andrew, Kalb, Guyonne, McVicar, Duncan, Strazdins, Lyndall, Walter, Margaret, Western, Mark and Wooden, Mark (2012) Paid parental leave evaluation: Phase 1. Occasional Papers Series, 44: .

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Author Martin, Bill
Hewitt, Belinda
Baird, Marian
Baxter, Janeen
Heron, Alexandra
Whitehouse, Gillian
Zadoroznyj, Maria
Xiang, Ning
Broom, Dorothy
Connelly, Luke
Jones, Andrew
Kalb, Guyonne
McVicar, Duncan
Strazdins, Lyndall
Walter, Margaret
Western, Mark
Wooden, Mark
Title Paid parental leave evaluation: Phase 1
Journal name Occasional Papers Series
ISSN 1839-2334
ISBN 9781921975554
1921975555
Publication date 2012
Sub-type Article (original research)
Issue 44
Total pages 127
Place of publication Canberra, ACT, Australia
Publisher Australian Government Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Subject 340204 Health Economics
340209 Public Sector Economics
340210 Welfare Economics
Abstract From 1 January 2011, Australian families in which a mother was in the paid workforce before the birth or adoption of a baby may be eligible for a new Australian Government-funded Paid Parental Leave (PPL)1 scheme. The scheme provides eligible parents with up to 18 weeks of Parental Leave Pay (PLP), paid at the National Minimum Wage, following the birth of a child. The PPL scheme brings Australia into line with all other OECD countries, except the United States, in having a national scheme for paid leave available to mothers following childbirth. [Executive summary extract]
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Additional Notes The Occasional Paper series is produced by FaHCSIA's Research and Analysis Branch. These non-refereed papers are designed to disseminate data and analysis on a range of topics. ; All material presented in this publication is provided under a Creative Commons CC-BY Attribution 3.0 Australia licence.

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