In the fifteen years since the Hawke Government institutionalised affirmative action legislation, there has been a profound change in the profile of the Australian workplace. Much has changed in the last thirty years ago when women in the public service were obligated to resign when they got married (Stevens, 2000:17). However, Fastenau (1999c:53) claims that Australia still has one of the most gender segregated work forces in the OECD, with women employed in a narrow range of sections and generally at lower rungs on the corporate ladder in less prestigious positions.
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