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Work-life balance: Work is something you do, not somewhere you go

Written by Anna Stove, General Manager GlaxoSmithKline NZ Ltd, 27.09.17
Evidence shows that promoting a healthy work-life balance in your workplace will help you to attract and retain skilled staff and boost productivity. So what can leaders do to drive this change? Anna Stove shares her advice on the Global...

Top business leaders pledge to fast-track workplace gender diversity at 1 Day for Change symposium

Written by Global Women, 21.09.17
On Suffrage Day, September 19, at the 1 Day for Change[https://www.globalwomen.org.nz/news-and-events/events/1-day-for-change/one-day-for-change?stage=Stage] symposium organised by Global Women, hundreds of business leaders shared advice on how to fast-track gender and ethnic diversity in the workplace.   The event at Auckland’s Viaduct Event Centre featured presentations by Fonterra Chief Executive...
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E kuhu! 10 actions to close the gender pay gap

Written by Annabel J Coxon, Global Women, 21.09.17
The desire and drive for pay equity, reiterated by speakers at the summit, was unanimous. Everybody understands why pay equity is important. The focus for the day? How to achieve it. Here are 10 actions to close the gender pay...
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Time to act, says gender diversity Roundtable

As part of our commitment to encouraging, inspiring and driving increased diversity and inclusion in New Zealand’s workplaces, the first in a series of Global Women Roundtables kicked off in Auckland this week with a simple message on increasing gender...