Monthly Archives: September 2015

Women stand tall and proud

Last updated 05:00 24/08/2014 JASON OXENHAM/Fairfax NZ IN HIS MEMORY: Julie Bartlett was inspired to start StarJam by her late younger brother, Ross Moses. Women of Influence Sexual health pioneer Margaret Sparrow: a dame with determinationWomen of Influence alumni: Althea … Continue reading

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Men Want Powerful Jobs More Than Women Do

While women and men believe they are equally able to attain high-level leadership positions, men want that power more than women do, according to new research by Francesca Gino, Alison Wood Brooks, and Caroline Wilmuth.  by Carmen Nobel New research … Continue reading

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BPW NZ congratulates midwives for challenging structural pay discrimination

Media Release: BPW NZ congratulates midwives for challenging structural pay discrimination The New Zealand Federation of Business & Professional Women (BPW NZ) congratulates the College of Midwives for taking action on low remuneration for Lead Maternity Carers (LMCs/midwives). The High … Continue reading

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IAG chief Jacki Johnson is New Zealand’s top dollar executive

MARTIN VAN BEYNEN Last updated 17:47, September 3 2015 SUPPLIED IAG New Zealand chief executive Jacki Johnson has good reason to look pleased. New Zealand’s top earning chief executive must be a man, right? Most news reports gave the top honour … Continue reading

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If John Key were a ‘pretty little thing’

PEARL GOING – SUNDAY AUGUST 30, 2015 Pearl Going OPINION In the past week a fair bit of media surrounding a very talented woman rising the political ranks has filled my news feed. I am of course referring to Jacinda Ardern. … Continue reading

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