Raise your awareness of gendered language on the job.
Why doesn’t our memory serve us well in this pandemic?
The onset of COVID-19 saw a dramatic shift, with many in the workforce suddenly finding themselves working from home.
Does this kind of temperature check actually work at limiting the spread of this infectious disease when employees spend all today together in the workplace?
For people under 35, the past decade has been a period of intense competition for jobs, even before COVID, which will make things worse.
Other profound changes to workplace culture should follow, or we risk yet another decline in women’s workforce participation.
As public life froze overnight and homes became schools, daycare centres and offices, mothers have been placed under more pressure, not less.
Working from home doesn’t mean we can’t burn out from stress.
Study medicine, kids.
For too long, Australian working women have literally carried the cost of childcare, and suffered the impact on their own careers.