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.
Master Builders Appoints First Woman CEO
One of Australia's great male bastions, the building industry, has for the first time in its 127-year history chosen a woman to champion its cause as...
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...
Where Are All the Women Engineers?
That’s a question that engineering educators and recruiters have been asking themselves for years now.
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.
UK Men More Supportive of Gender Equality
Men in Britain are stronger supporters of gender equality than women, a survey by a women's rights charity has found.
Female-friendly Workplaces May Put Men Off
Creating a positive working environment for women in some workplaces may actually be detrimental to retaining high-quality male employees, a study has found.
Women in Property: Champion Tips For Success
With gender equality a business imperative in addition to being a human right, many leaders in the property field wonder how we can get there.
Australian Construction Culture Pushing Women Out
The construction industry's masculine culture and underlying sexual harassment is pushing women out even though they love their work.