AFUW

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AFUWAustralian Federation of University Women
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The AFUW, for example, argued that anything different would, 'perpetuate the inequities that currently prevail in the treatment of workers in casual employment, a growing mode of employment not only in the service industries where women a re clustered, but also in institutions that are under funding stress, such as universities'.
The AFUW, for example, envisaged a requirement for employment over a period of 12 months, albeit with an hours requirement well below full-time, and no requirement for service with the same employer: 'any woman should be eligible if, over the past 12 months, she has had an average of 10 hours employment, calculated over a period of 48 weeks'(AFUW 2008, p.
Australian Federation of University Women (AFUW) (2008), Submission from the Australian Federation of University Women (Inc.) to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Improved Support for Parents with Newborn Children, available from: www.pc.gov.au/_data/assets/pdf_file/0007/78829/sub007.pdf.