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Making workplaces more ‘parent-friendly’ to close the gender gap
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Making workplaces more ‘parent-friendly’ to close the gender gap

The Sydney Morning Herald ran this great piece about Sally Collins of National Australia Bank, a contributor to the new book The World We See by The Dream Collective, and the challenges she experienced of trying to take her senior level role part-time after having a family.

It’s part of an ongoing conversation in Australia’s corporations about closing the gender gap – the disparity of pay and conditions between men and women performing the same roles, as well as the barriers to promotion for primary child carers, regardless of whether that’s mum or dad – and The World We See brings a range of perspectives to the debate. A diverse group of over 30 leaders in business, politics and showbiz, united by a common desire to redress gender imbalance in the workplace, share their experiences, advice and hopes for the future and it’s onsale now.

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