Report Highlights Gender Pay Gap
A new report has called for a national target to close the gender pay gap and for gender pay equity to be enshrined in workplace laws.
Poor Practices Holding Back Women in Construction
Rigid work practices lie behind a persistent failure on the part of the construction sector in Australia to promote gender diversity and equality in its workforce,...
Collaborative Thinking Needed to Tackle ‘Wicked’ Problems
There are several enduring areas of construction industry performance which have been stubbornly resistant to change over the past few decades.
Aussie Workplaces Still Divided by Gender
Despite decades of progress on gender equality many Australian industries are stuck in the past when it comes to diversity of the sexes, according to a...
PM: Unions Driving Women Out of Construction
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says union thuggery is partly to blame for the lack of women working on construction sites.
Architecture Falls Short on Ethnic and Gender Diversity
The American Institute of Architects' latest survey on diversity in the workplace has uncovered serious shortcomings when it comes to the representation of women and ethnic...
2016 Architecture Survey Finds Widened Gender Disparities
Results of the fifth annual Women in Architecture survey, providing insights into the experiences of over 1,000 women worldwide.
Time to Target Diversity in the Property Sector
Whether it’s doing the hard graft on the construction site or wheeling and dealing on the golf course, property has traditionally been a man’s game.