Our study shows that long hours, non-standard work times and work pressures have significant impact on how children view time spent with their father.
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This chapter explores the employment of teens at 12-13 and 14-15 years, by looking at the percentage who worked in the previous year.
Explores how parents make decisions about work and care, especially when faced with shift work or inflexible job conditions.
Becoming a mother heralds a dramatic change in the lives of Australian women.
To which extent is child care flexible enough to meet the needs of parents who work non-standard or variable hours?
A review of government initiatives that help families balance their work and family responsibilities.
Australian research into FIFO work practices suggests this lifestyle has a range of effects on children and on family relationships.
This paper explores trends in child care in Australia from 1984 to 2011, for children aged under 12 years old with employed mothers
Employment characteristics and transitions of mothers in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
Examines mothers' transitions into and out of work and between jobs of different types as children grow or as new children are born.
Australian mothers' participation in employment: Analyses of social, demographic and family characteristics using the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey
This paper explores the characteristics of employed and non-employed mothers, to identify the factors that contribute to differing employment levels