Tag Archive | "Women in Leadership"

careermums – Are you a mum looking to return to work?

CareerMums is a national job classifieds website connecting skilled mothers to flexible jobs and employers who understand the balance of work and family. Mums are an untapped resource segment who are skilled, resourceful and experienced. A perfect trade-off exists for the taking: experience, expertise and maturity in exchange for a flexible workplace. Career dads are […]

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99 Australian Businesses recognised as working for women

      The Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA) has released a list of 99 organisations on its 2008 EOWA Employer of Choice for Women list. With the introduction of six new prerequisites, including a minimum of 6 weeks paid maternity leave after 12 months of service; the ability for female […]

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mums@work – Are you a Mum planning to return to work?

mums@work offers simple and practical return-to-work guidance to all mums, regardless of your profession or the time you have spent away from the workforce. mums@work is Australia’s leading provider of return to work guidance who can help review your options and prepare for your return to work. There are many different Return To Work Toolkits […]

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Bite-Sized Business Learning Workshops for businesswomen

Westpac’s Women’s Markets team is hosting a series of financial workshops where you can learn how to quote your gross margin (profitability), debt to worth (amount of financial risk), and stock and debtor days (cash flow). The series includes the following five modules:Module 1: Driving ProfitsModule 2: Striking the BalanceModule 3: Accelerating Business PerformanceModule 4: […]

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Pink Ribbon Day for breast cancer research – the fourth Monday in October

      Recent Australian cancer survival data demonstrates continuing progress against breast cancer. Breast cancer five-year relative survival has increased from 72 per cent in 1982-1986 to 88 per cent in 1998-2004. However, much more remains to be done.The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is the only Australian not-for-profit organisation funding research into the […]

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Women for Women

     Women for Women International mobilizes women to change their lives by bringing a holistic approach to addressing the unique needs of women in conflict and post-conflict environments.We begin by working with women who may have lost everything in conflict and often have nowhere else to turn. Participation in Women for Women’s International one-year […]

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