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  • Career or life – women’s only choice by

    ALMOST 57 per cent of Australian women believe taking maternity leave will be detrimental to their careers

  • Why women do it themselves by

    You’ve heard it before, and the statistics prove it, but why are there so few women in senior executive and board positions?

  • How to … negotiate at work by

    Salaries, careers and opportunities are dependent on it, but when it comes to negotiating, are women getting a raw deal?

  • Pay inequity persists in the workplace by

    In 1969, the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Commission handed down its first ‘equal pay for equal work’ decision. The effect of this historic decision was to grant women the right to the same pay as their male colleagues for comparable work

  • Gender a key inhibitor to career advancement by

    TWENTY-SIX per cent of women around the globe have cited gender as the primary reason for not advancing in their careers, as opposed to only 4 per cent of men

  • How to … support other women at work by

    Increasingly, women are faced with a struggle in the workplace, and this time it’s not the glass ceiling.Whilst women helping women in the workplace sounds as natural as a honey and oatmeal facemask, it’s become an issue that has highlighted the gender inequality that can be so omnipresent within work environments

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