Marian Baird - Newsroom articles
ABC Radio National’s The World Today
ABC Radio National’s The World Today interviewed Professor Marian Baird about the federal government’s 'omnibus bill' that includes changes to Paid Parental Leave, child care and welfare payments.
Rise of the fatherhood penalty is concerning 01 Feb 2017
Professor Marian Baird from the Business School was quoted in Goondiwindi Argus about the slow shift in Australian workplaces recognising the realities of the modern working father.
The Australian quoted Professor Marian Baird and Associate Professor Rae Cooper about the rarity of taking paid maternity leave as a monetary benefit.
HSU fat cat Diana Asmar milks maternity pay 07 Nov 2016
The Australian quoted Professor Marian Baird about the entitlements under the Paid Parental Leave scheme as it currently exists in regards to an employee who “cashed out” 12 weeks’ maternity leave.
Professor Marian Baird was quoted in Junkee about the gendered nature of work particularly in the start-up sector, in regards to a company offering co-working spaces exclusively to men
Women’s Agenda quoted Professor Marian Baird on her analysis of the impact of proposed changes to the Paid Parental Leave scheme.
Marian Baird on 3AW Melbourne 24 Oct 2016
3AW Melbourne interviewed Professor Marian Baird about proposed changes to and the function of the paid parental leave scheme.
Marian Baird on ABC Goulburn Murray 23 Oct 2016
ABC Goulburn Murray
Professor Marian Baird was interviewed on ABC Goulburn Murray about proposed changes to paid parental leave.
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review quoted Professor Marian Baird in regards to a United States Studies Centre report, co-authored by Associate Professor Rae Cooper, that shows Australia has surpassed the US in female labour force participation.
Gender inequality: Women entering jobs today will work 4 years more than males over a lifetime 23 Sep 2016
Professor Marian Baird was quoted on ABC (Online) about how women do more unpaid work in the community and in the household than men.