New Zealand Federation of Business and Professional Women Incorporated
- 'Tell us why women get crumbs from rich men's tables when we hold up half the sky' Choir choir Pants on Fire! #VoteEqualPay@NZFedBPW 5 days ago
- A rally to highlight equal pay in wellington. lets dance lets vote lets dance@NZFedBPW 5 days ago
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Monthly Archives: May 2010
It’s great to see the Southland ladies making a big splash in the news. We want to hear YOUR news, too. Has someone in your club had a promotion? Started a new business? Had a new baby? Got married? Tell … Continue reading
Congratulations to all of the winners – WELL DONE! Alix Haywood Award BPW Hibiscus Coast Harrison Lee Candlestick BPW Huntly & Districts Anne Todd Bell Award BPW Auckland Brooker Marketing Award BPW Franklin Jean Park Community Achievement Award BPW Huntly … Continue reading
Minutes for BPWNZ 2010 Conference have been circulated for corrections and will be available after that.
There are a limited number of yearbooks still available at $25 each plus postage (conference price was $20). Every club should have one for their archives, and they do make great gifts for your speakers, or special members. Please contact … Continue reading
Official Collect of Business & Professional Women Keep us, oh God, from pettiness; Let us be large in thought, in word, in deed. Let us be done with fault-finding and leave off self-seeking. May we put away all pretense and … Continue reading
In an interview for TVNZ7, Angela talks about pay equity for women. Click here to view the video.
MAY 17, 2010 ISSUE 8 >From the Executive From the President. Good news! BPW will shortly launch the newly updated website. Based on feedback from members over the past few months the website will be colour consistent with our branding, … Continue reading
How do you sell a secret, in our case the best kept secret: BPW? By word of mouth and through the strength of our membership and our members from clubs to the Executive. It appears that from our Conference (2010) … Continue reading
BPW Southland secretary Sue Morrison-Bailey and UNIFEM Southland Coordinator Jenny Campbell show off the red bags they were selling to raise awareness of the International Equal Pay Day. Ms Morrison-Bailey said women were being paid less than men for doing … Continue reading