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Category: Human Rights

Mother and child

Think twice before asking same-sex parents these 11 questions

“I’ve been asked lots of inappropriate questions that are really none of people’s business. For example, a colleague in a different department asked how I’d negotiated to have my wife carry our two children. Specifically, ‘How’d you get out of that one?’
(Laura Mullan, She/Her, PwC)

Woolworths case study

Grace Papers raises the equity bar with Woolworths

Find out how Grace Papers partnered with Australia’s biggest employer, helping them improve gender balance and leverage the full potential of their workforce – whilst managing compliance, reducing discimination and boosting their reputation as an organisation that values care.

Origin is Creating Positive Energy – Especially in the Workplace

If there’s one organisation that understands energy, it’s Origin. As well as being one of Australia’s largest energy companies with more than four million customers, the company is acutely aware of what it takes to create and maintain positive energy in the workplace.

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and marks the start of the ‘16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence’, an annual international campaign which calls for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls.

Care to Flex, or Flex to Care?

All Roles flex has long been heralded as the holy grail of gender equality. And with good reason – it increases female participation in the workforce and aids work life balance. Yet workplaces have struggled, until recently, to mainstream it effectively, with many managers acting as the flexibility gatekeepers for those (primarily working mothers) seeking to balance their paid work with their [unpaid] caring responsibilities.