Tag Archive | "Gender Balance"

Equal Pay Day: Who really cares whether men and women are paid the same, anyway?

I’m supposed to be at an Equal Pay Day event right now… but I was so cranky that women still earn 17% less than men in equivalent roles that I decided to stay home.  Instead of hearing more women speak about how unjust the gap is, and decree another call to action for the female […]

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Why the Government is wrong to reduce the childcare rebate – and why it will mean fewer women in senior roles

I’m deeply concerned about by the government’s announcement that the childcare rebate is to be reduced (yes – you read right: reduced!).  As you’ll be aware, I recently co-founded the Make Care Fair lobby aimed at increasing childcare support and flexibility for Australian families… and yet the government has just announced plans to cut the […]

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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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Great infographic on women and the glass ceiling

Thanks to Lara Solomon from Social Rabbit for sharing this great infographic – a brilliant update all on one page! (albeit from the USA) If you have a comparable local resource – or another idea on resources worth sharing – please drop me a line! to share it.

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Would you recognise unconscious bias if you saw it in your workplace? 10 signs to watch out for!

In much of the gender balance consulting I do, a consistent question comes up from the incredibly gender-focused leaders I work with: what is unconscious bias really, and how will I know if it’s happening here in my workplace? This post is a gift for leaders – and for women who’ve experienced bias – to help […]

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McDonalds CEO on how to achieve 50 per cent gender balance from entry level to the exec team

This week I spent a morning with Catriona Noble, CEO of McDonalds Australia, gathering insights for my new “how to” book for leaders wishing to attract, develop and retain more women in their business.  You might be surprised to hear that the “Golden Arches” employ a workforce of 85,000 individuals here; across 820 restaurants with annual […]

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