A living wage for women : the Clothing Trades case of 1919
During the period from 1907 to 1921 Mr Justice Higgins, in his capacity as President of the Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration, delivered a number of judgements which were to have a significant influence on the process of wage fixation in Australia long after he resigned from the Presidency, The first, though it was not an arbitration case, was the so-called "Harvester" judgement in which he established the principle that the minimum or "living" wage for an unskilled...[Show more]
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