The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) published new data relating to the gender pay gap this week. How did the organisations with the largest market capitalisation in Australia fare? Of the 10 largest, only two came close to the target. The highly profitable companies in the banking sector missed the mark completely.
Need fresh ammo to persuade your boss they shouldn’t make office returns mandatory? Two new studies suggest remote work not only lures more diverse and experienced candidates willing to trade higher pay for flexibility—but that office mandates don’t appear to boost financial performance, hurting job satisfaction instead.
Five female leaders who will speak at the Women’s Summit on 26 March in Sydney share the best piece of career advice they ever received.
The accountants certified that Tingo Group had $462 million in the bank. The SEC says it was just $50. Short sellers are rejoicing.
Savvy workers are seeking sponsors to place them at the head of the queue for special projects, leadership roles or even to fast-track their next promotion.
Recent incidents in the tech industry, specifically the discriminatory public comments made by startup founder Sam Joel, serve as a painful reminder of the enduring issue of gender inequality and sexism in corporate Australia.
How’s this for irony? Slack, whose workplace messaging app has at some point prompted many employees to feel the tug of responding after hours, has a warning: People who feel obligated to work after hours also tend to be less productive.
“You won’t lose your job to AI, but you will lose your job to someone who knows AI.”
In the fast-paced world of leadership, one thing is certain: great leaders are always looking for ways to improve, innovate, and stay ahead of the curve. They understand that leadership is not just about managing people and making decisions—it’s about continuous self-improvement and adaptation. With the benefit of hindsight, many of us wish we had started this journey of self-discovery earlier, and for me, that journey includes a surprising tool: DNA testing.
I flew from New York to Miami recently, invited to spend a day inside a VC office. This brief trip with Fuel Venture Capital was a masterclass in the relentless spirit that drives the top businesses to succeed.