Five ways employers can help dads spend more time at home

This article is written by Sandy Hutchison, Founder and CEO of Career Money Life. This article is originally published in Women's Agenda. For years, the best companies have been asking themselves: what can we do to help women return to work after maternity leave? But with the news that here in Australia, in 2018, less than … Continue reading Five ways employers can help dads spend more time at home

Career Money Life’s Parental Leave and Return to Work Program is featured in Business Business Business

Career Money Life is featured in Business Business Business. You can view the original article here.  What are the top 5 features of best parental leave programs? In the not-too-distant past, parental leave wasn’t even a thing. Women were instead forced to resign from their jobs when they got married, and when children came along? Well, … Continue reading Career Money Life’s Parental Leave and Return to Work Program is featured in Business Business Business

2018 leaders in workplace gender equality announced

This article is originally published in the Workplace Gender Equality Agency's website. The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has today announced the list of 2017-18 WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation holders. A record 120 organisations have received the citation this year, which recognises employer commitment and best practice in promoting gender equality … Continue reading 2018 leaders in workplace gender equality announced

Celebrate International Women’s Day with a chance to win one of three endota spa prizes

What is the best piece of career advice you have been given?   Mine was when my boss, a senior male leader, shared with me, that he too experienced imposter syndrome. It surprised me to think that someone I respected and looked up to so much, felt this way. He then questioned me as to … Continue reading Celebrate International Women’s Day with a chance to win one of three endota spa prizes

The ‘motherhood penalty’ stings no matter how much governments do

Everything’s just wonderful for working mothers in places like Sweden, Norway and Iceland. Or so we like to believe. Especially when sharing examples about extraordinary government childcare subsidies, great government-led paid parental leave policies, mandated equal pay – as what recently occurred in Iceland – and even quotas for women on boards in Norway. But … Continue reading The ‘motherhood penalty’ stings no matter how much governments do