Sally Hanna-Osbourne

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Sally Hanna-Osborne is in her third year of PhD candidature in Work and Organisational Studies investigating the employment and career experiences of women paramedics. She has a keen interest in research which explores the working lives of women in male-dominated workplaces and the impact of masculine cultures on women’s capacity for career achievement and organisational contribution, and their health and wellbeing both within and outside the workplace. Sally has been working in employment relations research and practice since 2010, including currently as a Research Assistant and Tutor within Work and Organisational Studies, and previously in policy in the Victorian and NSW State Governments

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31 Jul 2017

As a growing body of research demonstrates, gender inequality is a defining feature of work and careers in the creative industries. Data from around the world shows that simply by virtue of their gender, women experience a marked disadvantage in key creative and leadership roles...

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