|Australian Library and Information Association|
|Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia|
|The University of South Australia
Library in Association with ALIA Presents:
The Vital Link 3 Conference
November 29 & 30th, 2002
|'Update to Pay Equity Test Case,'
an April 3, 2002 follow-up to the press release announcing the pay equity
victory of Library Workers in New South Wales.
|'Hard Slog Wins Best-Ever Wage
Decision,' An ALIA report by Phil Teece on the victory of the first pay
equity test case for library workers in New South Wales.
|'Pay Equity Test Case Gives Library Workers Sweeping Win,'
an ALIA Press Release from 28 March 2002
'Historic Pay Equity Victory for NSW Women,' A March 2002 release from
the Public Service Association of New South Wales
|'Library Workers in NSW Equal-Pay Test Case', a report from
ALIA on the first Equal-pay Test Case under the NSW Equal Remuneration Principle.
"The Test Case results from the NSW Pay Equity Inquiry in which librarians were found to be experiencing serious pay disadvantage."
|'Pay Equity Test Case Gives Library Workers Sweeping Win'
(a victory for librarians and library technicians in New South Wales)
|'All Eyes on Library Workers as Test Case Descision Looms',
A November 2001 Report by ALIA
|'Pay Equity Inequity-NSW,' ALIA report. Phil Teece is the
Industrial Relations and Employment Advisor for the ALIA and a Virtual Participant
of the Freedman Better Salaries and Pay Equity Task Force (ALA).
|'Pay Equity-ALIA in the Thick of New South Wales Wage Case,'
a report from ALIA on the NSW pay equity inquiry.
|'The Equal Pay Principle', A Report by ALIA