Mothers get 500usd pw

Хvvхэд төрvvлсэн ээж нар эхний 18 долоо хоног (4 сар) -н турш долоо хоног бvр 544 аud-р цалинжихаар шинэ хууль санаачлаад байгаа юм байна. Мөн өрхийн орлого бага бол, эсвэл өрх толгойлсон эмэгтэй бол насан туршийн байнгын хангамж эдлэнэ. Үүнээс гадна шинэ хүүхдийн baby-bonus гэж once off – 5000$ өгдөгөөс болж хүүхэд өсгөх хариуцлагыг бүтнээр үүрэх чадваргүй өсвөр насны хүүхдүүд хүүхэд гаргах гаж үзэгдэл газар авсан байгаа. Сүүлийн уед Австрали улс хүн амаа өсгөх, одоогийн байгаа чанарлаг иргэдийгээ олшруулах, гадаадаас бэлэн бэлтгэгдсэн ур чадвартай, ажилсаг хүмүүсийг их хэмжээгээр импортлох сонирхолтой болсон нь ажиглагдаад байна.

From: http://au.news.yahoo.com

Mothers may get 18 weeks of maternity leave

September 29, 2008, 11:21 am

Mothers may get 14 weeks of maternity leave ©

New mothers would be paid $544 per week for 18 weeks under changes to maternity leave proposed today.

Two weeks’ paid paternity leave would also be offered to fathers under the Productivity Commission proposal, outlined in an interim report.

The scheme would cost taxpayers $450 million per year, while businesses would pay $74 million annually through superannuation contributions.

About 140,000 mothers would be eligible for the payments each year, along with an estimated 225,000 fathers.

It’s uncertain whether the baby bonus would remain under the scheme. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd today said “the Australian economy of the future” would see stay-at-home mums given the baby bonus, while working mothers received paid maternity leave.

The Rudd government commissioned the report from the Productivity Commission’s Robert Fitgerald.

Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull said he recognised mothers and primary carers faced a struggle for a good work-life balance.

“It is a very tough balance and we recognise that,” Mr Turnbull said.

“Now paid maternity leave is a very big issue [and] we look forward to the Productivity Commission’s report. It’s worthy of very detailed examination and I can assure you that I am very committed to doing more for families, doing more to assist with that work-life balance.”

Australia is among just two of the 24 developed OECD nations not to have paid maternity leave.

The Productivity Commission and the Government have encouraged everyone with an interest in the paid parental leave issue to read the report and submit their comments to the commission.

The final report will be delivered to the government in February.

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