Could a simple ‘no’ be the key to women’s health and wellbeing?
National statistics tell us that the top four killers of women in Australia are dementia, heart disease, cerebrovascular disease (which includes stroke) and lung cancer. Ask working women what they are concerned about, however, and there is little talk of heart attacks or stroke. Instead, it is the day-to-day battle with exhaustion and overwhelm that…Read More
Trailblazing, Change and True Support – A Mother’s Day interview with Yasmin London of ySafe Australia
Yasmin London is the Executive Director of ySafe, Australia’s largest online safety education organisation…she is also a loving wife and mother of two young girls with her partner Anna. Yasmin is known for igniting social change through education and courageous conversations and she is in demand across Australia as a speaker and authority in her…Read More
Upcoming Webinar: Striking the Balance Between Career & Family | An International Women’s Day event
This International Women’s Day Parents At Work is hosting an exclusive international webinar about how employers can support their female employees to strike a balance between career and family in order to improve the health of their people as well as gender equality within their workplace. This will be in line with the UN Women’s theme…Read More
WATCH: How to boost female workforce participation (for Employers)
Our CEO Emma Walsh recently participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Grattan Institute and the State Library Victoria which focused on improving female participation in the workforce. Increasing female workforce participation is one of the biggest long-term economic opportunities for governments. Australia’s female workforce participation rate is above the OECD average, but Australian…Read More