Monthly Archives: June 2015

Call your local MP and say #TPPANoWay!

  You’ve probably heard that the US Congress have just granted President Obama fast-track authority to push trade deals like TPPA. We are expecting Trade Ministers to announce a Ministerial meeting to finish the text in the next couple of … Continue reading

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Report shows New Zealand’s gender inequality in the workplace

by NCWNZ on 28 June 2015  Results from the Human Rights Commission’s Tracking Equality at Work report released today are shameful and show we need to do more to help women in the workplace, says the National Council of Women … Continue reading

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Older white men paid double young ethnic women

How does your salary stack up compared to the opposite sex? How does your salary stack up compared to the opposite sex? RICHARD MEADOWS Last updated 09:44, June 28 2015 European men aged 45-64 earn an average $28.77 an hour … Continue reading

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Women in leadership: The family business advantage

A special report from a global survey of the world’s largest family businesses. The largest, longest-lasting family businesses in the world are moving women further and doing so faster than their non-family counterparts. Why is this important? Because these businesses … Continue reading

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I’m 15 and this is why I’m not on social media

KEIRA BAKER Last updated 13:16, June 21 2015 Keira Baker says she’s not avoiding social media to be cool, she just doesn’t want it. Your True Guardian Angelguardian-angel-reading.com/Angel Find out who your Guardian Angel is and change your life this … Continue reading

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Working moms have more successful daughters and more caring sons, Harvard Business School study says

STAY-AT-WORK WRITTEN BY:  Gabriel Fisher June 23, 2015 The guilt many working mothers confess to may be real, but it’s looking less and less warranted. According to a working paper (pdf) published June 19 by the Harvard Business School, daughters … Continue reading

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Small Business: Upskilling with the IoD

    Caitlin Sykes 11:30 AM Wednesday Jun 17, 2015 This week, a look at small business owners upskilling themselves and the impact those experiences have had on them personally, as well as their operations. Emma Thompson, managing director of Etc … Continue reading

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It’s a million-dollar club for the blokes

5:00 AM Sunday Jun 21, 2015 Former CEO Norah Barlow drew $464,539 – about a 10th of the top-earning man’s take. Photo / Chris Gorman Dunno about you but I have picked the wrong career. Kids, if you want the … Continue reading

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Exposed: Auckland’s child prostitutes

Friday, 19 June 2015 Some of the participants told Ms Thorburn they had been abused by organisations set up to assist them, with claims of sexual exploitation and sexual assault. Photo / Thinkstock A study has found that underage sex … Continue reading

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How one woman turned less than $1,000 of savings into a business that earns over $200,000 a year

LIBBY KANE    JUN 12 2015, 8:00 AM Andreea Ayers. When Andreea Ayers starting looking for jobs after moving with her husband to Boulder, Colorado in 2006, she was five months pregnant with her first child. After a handful of interviews … Continue reading

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