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This is the sixth in a series of landmark gender parity surveys in Australia. This report highlights the gap in promotion rates between men and women in Australian workplaces.
These survey results discredit the notion that achieving equal representation of women in executive positions is simply a matter of time, showing instead that the biggest factor in enabling women to reach their full potential is the presence of women in leadership positions.
This survey of 842 Australian business professionals debunks the myth that competing work-home priorities are the greatest block for women seeking senior management roles. This is still a big issue for many women, but a majority of those surveyed felt that management style differences between...
This survey of more than 1,000 Australian executives finds that they still do not believe there is an equal opportunity for women to be selected for leadership positions. The survey shows that companies can take three measures to close the gap - and create a...
While most leaders would agree that people should be judged on their merits, a close look at the evaluation of merit reveals that what adds up to merit for some is susceptible to bias and clouded judgement.
There are few women in top positions in either the public or the private sector in Britain. Despite vocal commitments to transparent selection on merit, despite the outlawing of unfair discrimination, despite the assertion by most major institutions of commitment to equality and diversity, there...