Tag Archive | "Employers"

Social and community services workers receive payrise under equal pay order by Fair Work Australia

In a landmark case for closing the gender pay gap, the Full Bench of Fair Work Australia yesterday agreed to make an equal remuneration order under section 302 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).  What this effectively means is that there will be an increase of up to 41% in the Award pay rates […]

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)

Ask more. Be more assertive. Be confident. Advice that every woman receives, that just DOES.NOT.WORK at work

I don’t know if it’s got anything to do with the new year, but there’s been a pile of “helpful advice” articles of late on what women should do to get what they (presumably) need in terms of their pay, position and profile.  Build relationships and get a male mentor.  Learn to sing your own […]

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)

Don’t believe all you read about Gen Y women – new survey on their beliefs and values in the workplace

If I had a dollar for every time I’ve been told “don’t worry, GenY women are different, they’ve got gender balance all sorted…” well, let’s just say my bank balance would be looking pretty darned healthy!  But while there’s no doubt that GenY women are well positioned for career and life success, it’s also true […]

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)

70,000 mums want to work but can’t access childcare: how is this impacting your business?

News out today says that 70,000 Australian mums are locked out of the workforce solely because they cannot get affordable childcare.  Boy this makes me cranky. And it’s not just because I was up half the night showering and changing Master Almost-3 who’s had a recurring gastro for 3 weeks now.  This issue makes me […]

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)

Women aren’t broken. Law firms are.

A new report by the Law Society of NSW was launched in Sydney yesterday by The Honourable Justice Julie Ward, putting the advancement of women in the legal profession under the spotlight. Unfortunately much of its findings read like another how-to guide for “fixing the women”; whereas very little has been said about the culture […]

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)

Winners of 2011 EOWA Business Achievement Awards announced – CSL, NAB, Maddocks and Rio Tinto amongst winners

Finalists and winners in the 2011 EOWA Business Achievement Awards were announced this week to recognise organistions that are implementing innovative programs to enhance women’s workforce participation, and individual leaders who are champions for change in supporting and advancing women in business. Winners and finalists across the various categories were acknowledged by Helen Conway, Director […]

Read the full story

Posted in BlogComments (0)

Page 4 of 20« First...23456...1020...Last »

STAY CONNECTED VIA JENDALITZ.COM

* indicates required

Join Me On Facebook

"You can't underestimate the choices kids will make if presented with healthy options". Kids are smarter than we give them credit for. Thanks Ronni Kahn for sharing, made my day! ... See MoreSee Less

By ditching the pies & sausage rolls for healthier alternatives using fresh produce from local suppliers, The Canobolas Rural Technology HS canteen ha...

View on Facebook

Who thinks it would be a good idea for every politician to watch this clip before they're sworn in? Or every leader to watch it before they are promoted to management ranks? Or every parent to watch before they can take their baby home from hospital? #blueeyesbrowneyes
Thanks Kerrie Anderson for sharing, this is one of my favourite social experiments.
... See MoreSee Less

Ms. Jane Elliott's "brown eyes, blue eyes" experiment in 1970: A 3rd grade teacher conducted a racism experiment with her class. Watch what happens ne...

View on Facebook