INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTS AND THE REGULATION OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS IN THE RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE SECTOR IN NSW

@inproceedings{Kaine2011INDUSTRIALIA,
  title={INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTS AND THE REGULATION OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS IN THE RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE SECTOR IN NSW},
  author={Sarah Kaine},
  year={2011}
}
  • Sarah Kaine
  • Published 2011
In common with most countries in the developed world, the Australian population is ageing. This phenomenon has resulted in the provision of care to the aged becoming an increasingly important economic, social and political issue. With more women engaged in paid employment, care for the aged is no longer predominantly provided by family networks. Consequently demand for residential and community care is growing. The growth in this demand has raised concerns about the sustainability of the… CONTINUE READING

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