Monthly Archives: January 2016

Ask the Expert: refusing flexible working requests not as simple as saying ‘no’

MARK LAWLOR AND CATHERINE COUP Last updated 05:00, January 25 2016 OPINION Q: One of my full time staff members has asked for more flexible work arrangements. I’m worried this will have an impact on our productivity and output as we’re … Continue reading

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State Services Commission reveals gender pay gap in public sector

SAM SACHDEVA Last updated 17:09, January 22 2016   Public sector organisations are paying men up to 39 per cent more than women, new figures have revealed. The State Services Commission has released statistics about the gender pay gap in the … Continue reading

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Here’s a breakdown of the gender power split across the globe

As Taiwan elects its first ever female president, here’s a breakdown of the gender power split across the globe Posted a day ago by Ellen Stewart & Louis Doré in news In her victory speech Tsai, 59, an academic, said she would … Continue reading

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Angela Mcleod Drums up Support for the #BringBackOurGirls Campaign and other Projects in Africa

Angela Macleod, Immediate Past President at UN Women National Committee Aotearoa New Zealand, Past President, BPW New Zealand and Councillor, Upper Hutt City Council, New Zealand, was invited by Fikun Trust (http://www.fikuntrust.com/), an NGO based in New Zealand as Guest … Continue reading

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