- Women’s advancement stunted by 'pink ghettos'
Australia’s top female executives must move out of corporate Australia’s so-called ‘pink ghettos’ of finance, procurement and HR if they are to advance to senior executive positions in business, according to a forum discussion on gender equity.
- Lack of opportunities for disabled ‘a national shame’
Employers and recruiters unwittingly impose a ‘glass ceiling’ on disabled Australians, largely due to a lack of infrastructure and understanding.
- Are Australian organisations ‘capitalising on culture’?
In a landmark survey of over 2,000 executives, the level of diversity in senior ranks and the leadership pipeline has been measured – and the Diversity Council Australia (DCA) CEO has said the results are reassuring.
- Confronting film shown to senior leaders
Senior leaders and elite business men and women were confronted by the highly acclaimed US documentary and feature film, MissRepresentation, which premiered at Sydney University yesterday.
- Commissioner says age crisis preventable
The recently appointed Age Discrimination Commissioner, Susan Ryan, has said that organisations are under employing older people at the expense of business productivity.
- Women still not moving into leadership
The Australian release of 'MissRepresentation', an American documentary looking at the portrayal of women in the media, has set tongues wagging and reignited the debate about women in leadership roles.