Appendix 1

Submissions and additional information received by the committee

Submissions

1.                Professionals Australia

2.                Dr Karen Struthers

3.                Australian Public Service Commission

4.                Australian Bureau of Statistics

5.                Tasmanian Women’s Council

6.                National Foundation for Australian Women

7.                Security4Women Incorporated

8.                National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER)

9.                Victorian Women's Trust

10.              Community and Public Sector Union

11.              Australian Industry Group

12.              Carers NSW

13.              Victorian Trades Hall Council

14.              Australian Institute of Company Directors

15.              Department of Employment

16.              National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU)

17.              Police Federation of Australia

18.              Diversity Council Australia

19.              United Voice

20.              Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees' Association

21.              Australian Government Department of Education and Training

22.              Workplace Gender Equality Agency

23.              UnionsWA

24.              Level Medicine

25.              Australian Services Union

26.              New South Wales Council of Social Service

27.              Australian Federation of Employers and Industries

28.              Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia

29.              Victorian Women Lawyers

30.              Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

31.              Programmed Maintenance Services Limited

32.              Women In Super

33.              Work + Family Policy Roundtable

34.              ANMF

35.              Australian Human Rights Commission

36.              FECCA

37.              AMWU

38.              ACTU

39.              Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre

40.              Dr Megan Moskos

41.              Marque Lawyers Pty Ltd

42.              Ms Chris Ronalds SC

Tabled Documents

1.      CPSU, Tabled Document, Sydney 26 April 2017

Additional Information

1.      Investing in the Care Economy, A gender analysis of employment stimulus in seven OECD countries, provided at the 26 April 2017 hearing by Associate Professor Meg Smith, Work and Family Policy Roundtable.

Answers to Questions taken on Notice

1.    Answers to questions taken on notice at from Melbourne Public hearing, 10 April 2017, provided by SDA, received 20 April 2017

2.    Answers to questions taken on notice at from Melbourne Public hearing, 10 April 2017, provided by VTHC, received 27 April 2017

3.    Answers to questions taken on notice at from Sydney Public hearing, 26 April 2017, provided by CPSU, received 1 May 2017

4.    Answers to questions taken on notice at from Melbourne Public hearing, 10 April 2017, provided by ASU, received 1 May 2017

5.    Answers to questions taken on notice at from Melbourne Public hearing, 10 April 2017, provided by AFEI, received 2 May 2017

6.    Answers to questions taken on notice at from Sydney Public hearing, 26 April 2017, provided by NCVER, received 2 May 2017

7.    Answers to questions taken on notice at from Melbourne Public hearing, 10 April 2017, provided by United Voice, received 2 May 2017

8.    Answers to questions taken on notice at from Sydney Public hearing, 26 April 2017, provided by AICD, received 2 May 2017

9.    Answers to questions taken on notice at from Sydney Public hearing, 26 April 2017, provided by Office for Women, received 2 May 2017

10.  Answers to questions taken on notice at from Sydney Public hearing, 26 April 2017, provided by Department of Employment, received 2 May 2017

11.  Answers to questions taken on notice at from Sydney Public hearing, 26 April 2017, provided by Ai Group, received 4 May 2017

12.  Answers to questions taken on notice at from Sydney Public hearing, 26 April 2017, provided by ANMF, received 18 May 2017

Navigation: Previous Page | Contents | Next Page

Top