Diversity

  • Employers of choice for women named by

    NINETY-NINE Australian businesses have been recognised as employer of choice for women by the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA)

  • Diversity at HSBC by

    At HSBC we’ve worked hard to encourage equal opportunities in the workplace and it’s been an interesting learning curve – on a local and a global level – and one where we’ve been driven to think beyond our typical banking boundaries

  • Who needs to change: women or organisations? by

    Women do not traditionally possess some of the characteristics and social skills needed to progress in the workplace, according to Maureen Frank, managing director of Emberin, a consulting firm which helps women at work

  • Leading women by

    Women are notoriously good at underselling their leadership capabilities. We don’t know why this is, and authors such as Amanda Sinclair offer many reasons. But the fact still remains: women are less likely than men to put themselves forward and to assume a leadership role

  • Women and work should be a priority policy area by

    Women in the workforce should be a priority policy debate leading up to the federal election, according to Susan Heron, CEO of the Australian Institute of Management, Victoria and Tasmania

  • Fewer women for top jobs by

    Despite the skills shortage the glass ceiling remains firmly in place with fewer women shortlisted for senior positions, according to Michael Markiewicz of Carmichael Fisher

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