According to latest WEF’s 2021 ‘Global Gender Gap report’, it will take another 135.6 years to close the gender parity gap.
Yesterday, Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States of America. For many, it was an unexpected and alarming result. For others, it was a win against the establishment. But what does it mean for Australian business leaders and how can it help us improve? Perhaps what has chilled people most about… Continue reading Donald Trump won. What does this outcome mean for business leaders across Australia?
Businesses will fall behind in the innovation stakes unless they buck the status quo and strive for greater gender equality, attendees at a recent forum were warned. Last month, the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce hosted a media briefing at Sydney’s Shangri-La Hotel. The event saw Lynn Kraus, Managing Partner, Sydney & Oceania Markets, EY moderate a panel discussion on diversity. The… Continue reading Workforce diversity isn’t a nice-to-have, it’s necessary for innovation, businesses warned
The most comprehensive look at gender equality in Australia’s work environment has highlighted a gender bias in the nation’s leadership pipeline.
83 per cent of Australia’s leading business women say that “confidence to challenge and influence authority” is an important factor needed to succeed in business.
Over 75 per cent of young women have been the subject of sexist comments and 49 per cent have said that sexism is a factor influencing their career paths, according to a major new Auspoll survey commissioned by child rights organisation Plan International Australia.
A new study shows women are better at leadership behaviours than men. So does this mean women make better bosses or just different bosses?
Salmat today announced that its leading shopping portal for retail advertisers Lasoo.com.au, has been awarded a triple A-rated Statement of Accessibility Conformance by Vision Australia.