Tag Archive | "Flexibility at Work"

More stats about Men: Dads spend 25 per cent more family time when there’s a son

I remember my excitement during my pregnancy when I discovered I was having a son (and amazement, quite frankly, being from a family of 4 daughters and no sons!!!) My thinking was that with a son, my dear husband would be more likely to spend time with our new family member… and it seems there’s […]

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In the media: The SheEO for Knowledge@ASB on why tax deductible childcare is long over due

This article by Amanda Woodard in Knowledge@Australian School of Business outlines a number of reasons why it’s high time we made childcare tax deductible in Australia.  My opinions were sought, along with leading Australian businesswomen including: Michelle Guthrie, chair of aid agency Plan International Hong Kong, and a former chief executive of the STAR media […]

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Men At Work: What they want and why it matters for women – new research findings by The 100 Per Cent Project

Thank you to Frances and Kylie at The 100 Percent Project for inviting me to their Sydney research launch on Friday of Men At Work: What they want and why it matters for women.  The key take aways for me are that men largely want what most women want too, when it comes to workplace […]

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Women in manufacturing less likely to receive promotions or workplace training than male peers

Almost 3 out of 4 women working in the manufacturing industry have never been promoted or given a higher paying role, while more than 60 per cent of female workers had never been offered any workplace training, according to a survey report released this week by AMWU titled Breaking the Perspex Ceiling. The survey found that women, who […]

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The beginning of the end of flexibility and working from home?

Since the introduction of the Fair Work Act and the right to request flexibility, we’ve seen a positive lift in the number of employers taking flexible work options seriously.  So much so that it seemed like a whole new era had been ushered… until this multi-million dollar claim by a Telstra worker has placed a serious question mark […]

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Having it all? It’s more about letting go than gaining control

I’m so happy to be back at my desk finally after almost 3 weeks off crook (and no, it wasn’t some experiment in lean thinking to see if I could save eliminate  “white space” by contracting every bug and cold and flu on offer in New South Wales, all at once… although having accomplished that I hope to […]

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