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Comparison of how men and women view the same pro-gender parity policies

Gender parity, despite its undisputed business benefits appears not to be a priority in a report recently published by Bains and Company. The article note only outlines this finding, but also delivers some highly intriguing stats when it explores how men and women view the same policy, or life decisions. Here’s a taste of the article: “While […]

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Educating women the key to improving business in the developing world

New research by McKinsey points to education being the key driver for economic growth and business opportunities in the developing world. The same research also points to a new development in the gender differences prevalent in development work. It’s a fairly well accepted fact that allocating funds to a girl in a developing community is more solid […]

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Look on the bright side… we’ve made SOME progress since 1943!

As some of you know, I’m currently researching and collating content for our new sphinxx book on What Women Want in the Workplace, mainly because I’m quite sure that many employers really don’t know what it is that we’re looking for, what works for us and what drives us nuts!  I have to say that there […]

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Diversity benefits: The positives women bring to the workplace

Have you ever been interviewed on air for TV?  This was one of my tasks last week and I have to tell you I haven’t felt so nervous for a long time!  It was an on-air promo on SkyTV to promote the International Women’s Day event I’m guest speaker at on 10th May for ClubsNSW.  But leaving aside […]

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Should execs jump through more hoops into the top jobs?

In 32% of 500 companies surveyed in 2008, candidates for senior executive positions went through only 1 to 5 interviews, while 12% of firms subjected candidates to 21 or more. Shockingly, only half of those recruited for the top three tiers of management were interviewed by anyone in the C-suite. And fully half the companies […]

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Are your staff surfing the web when you’re not watching… and could that really make them more productive?

The internet may be the bane of your existence when it comes to managing the productivity of your staff… or is  it?  Research by the University of Melbourne has found that workers who use the web for entertainment while at work — whether they’re tweeting, watching YouTube videos, shopping, or catching up with the news […]

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