Rae Cooper - Newsroom articles
PepsiCo to boost paid parental leave from 12 to 16 weeks as government look to end 'double dipping' 20 Feb 2017
The Sydney Morning Herald, Age, Canberra Times and regional newspapers
The Sydney Morning Herald, Age, Canberra Times and regional newspapers quoted Associate Professor Rae Cooper about PepsiCo bolstering paid parental leave and carers’ leave entitlement for its employees.
‘Mumpreneurs’ are setting up their own businesses in search of a better work-life balance 06 Feb 2017
Inner West Courier
Associate Professor Rae Cooper was quoted in the Inner West Courier about the rising number of working mothers who start their own businesses and women’s participation in the workforce.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Age and Canberra Times
The Sydney Morning Herald, Age and Canberra Times quoted Associate Professor Rae Cooper on the shifting gendered perception of union members, following news Sally McManus is tipped to be secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions.
Not asking for it 28 Nov 2016
Sydney Morning Herald
Associate Professor Rae Cooper was quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age about her research on customer-perpetrated sexual harassment in the service sector.
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.
ABC (PM, NewsRadio)
ABC (PM, NewsRadio) interviewed Associate Professor Rae Cooper about the limitations of a new Law Council strategy to achieve gender equality in the legal profession.
Next Steps for Gender Equity 01 Nov 2016
Associate Professor Rae Cooper was profiled on the front page of Campus Review. She discussed her research on women at work in Australia compared to the US, the persistent gender pay gap and the casualisation of the workforce.
The Huffington Post quoted Associate Professor Rae Cooper about the career paths of young women in relation to the 2016 BRW Young Rich List, announced yesterday.
The Age mentioned a report, co-authored by Associate Professor Rae Cooper, which showed that Australia has now overtaken the US in the proportion of women holding board directorships.