Parents on the DPB in shared care arrangements should be required to seek work?


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Parents on the DPB in shared care arrangements should be required to seek work

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Reasons To Disagree

That sounds very tidy and logical, however who will take car of a sick child?

4 April 2012

what if the children are under five, is there a point to vote who can and could work!

16 August 2012

 

Reasons To Agree

The BPD should be abolished

27 August 2012

part time care of a child or children is no excuse not to work. My new partner and I have 5 kiddies between us - my 2 full time, his 3 5 nights per fortnight (currently battling for more time) We both work full time. you juggle it, its no different to a standard family or single parent who chooses to work - you get sitters and after school care, etc

30 April 2013

totally agree

10 July 2013

Reasons for Remain Neutral

Pretty hard to get a job you only work fortnightly

17 August 2010

I agree that a parent who shares the care of children should be required to be working full-time. However, If a parent has other dependent children other then the children that they share then allowances need to be made for this situation.

26 January 2011

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