Tag Archive | "Flexibility at Work"

Abbott’s nanny plan – can we all just calm down and get clear on the facts?

Ever since Tony Abbott, leader of the Opposition, announced his plan last weekend to consider an extension of the childcare rebate to include in-home carers – or nannies – there’s been a flurry of activity, criticism, misinformation a…

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Is it time we did away with International Women’s Day?

Women around the world today will be celebrating at morning teas and lunches to mark the occasion of the 101st International Women’s Day.  That’s a good thing, right?  Well that depends.  If the celebration is to recognise th…

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Q: I was also hoping you might have some advice on how to return to work and put children in care?

Q: I was also hoping you might advise how best to approach what is a bad situation – how do you suggest parents proceed when it comes time to return to work and put their child/ren in care?  I realise there’s no magic bullet but some good advice would help balance the depressing reality!  Thanks, […]

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Meritocracy

Emilio J. Castilla, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Stephen Benard, Indiana University published “The Paradox of Meritocracy in Organizations,” in the December 2010 issue of Administrative Science Quarterly. This article won the 2010 Academy of Management’s Best Paper Award in Organizational Behavior. “In this article, we develop and empirically test the theoretical argument that when […]

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The Superwoman Myth – and why it applies just as much to men as to women

“It seems that “having it all” – or, if you prefer, “doing it all” – is no longer a question of “can she?” or “can’t she?”. It is a fact of life”, says Rachel Hills in her weekend article in Sunday Life on The Superwoman Myth.  Hot on the heels of Sarah-Jessica Parker’s new movie […]

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In the media: The SheEO on Lateline Business, the economy, childcare reform, women in business PLUS tips for creating your own PR

Last week I asked to participate in a panel discussion on Lateline Business (ABC1) on the current economic climate and the challenges for small business and women in business.  You can view what I had to say here: I’m often asked how I manage to get this sort of media coverage – and I think […]

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Well. Can I just say 'hats off' to Margaret Court. I don't share her views on same sex marriage but I do think good on her for standing up and standing by her opinion. It's a good reminder that a bit more work is required to ensure all
Australians understand equality and so are willing to embrace it.
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"I have nothing against homosexual people, they can lead their life, but don't touch marriage." Margaret Court addresses her comments regarding marria...

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The reason truck commercials don’t have more women in them

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One for the CPAs. Would be very, very funny if it weren't so embarrassing!! #leadership #fail #member #mutiny
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