Leading women into digital careers – programming not required
For International Girls in ICT Day, we reflect on a recent Women Leading in Digital event.
Hybrid office fashion
This week: what should you wear to work: the end of suit and heels and more hybrid office fashion.
Cybersecurity and women with Meraiah Foley
This week: on International Women's Day why cybersecurity needs more women and what we can do about it with expert Dr Meraiah Foley.
It’s time for a gender-focused recovery
Is a gender-lens on public policy needed to ensure an equitable future of work?
The gender pay gap and difficult women on The Future, This Week
This week: gender pay gap Groundhog Day, and the tyranny of niceness.
The Future, This Week IWD edition: women, automation and work
This week: women, more automation and the future of work.
The words that ate 2018
Each year the Macquarie Dictionary Committee choose a new word that represents the year gone by. Drawn from a short list, the words selected are both innovative and highly topical: so it’s no coincidence we have delved into some of the issues underlying these evolving words.
Don’t give up on politics. It’s where the fight for the fair go must be won.
Governments' lack of response to rising inequality is not a problem of knowledge or public support.
For the sake of our retirement savings, it’s time to reform the investment management boys’ club
Women in investment management face sexist treatment and no accommodation of parenting responsibilities. That's bad news for a sector critical to all Australians’ economic security.
Women and the future of work
In this podcast, we talk with Professor Rae Cooper about the University of Sydney’s landmark study into what women want at work.
Does board diversity matter?
Dr Danika Wright talks about board diversity and explores whether it really does matter.
More women than ever are in the workforce but progress has been glacial
It’s good to celebrate how far Australia has progressed when it comes to women and work, but policymakers must also recognise how far we’ve got to go.