THE VFAIR for Australia’s Talented Career Women

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This coming week the Workplace Gender Equality Agency is participating in the CareerOne VFAIR for women. The Agency will host a virtual information stand featuring a number of inspiring and educational speakers to engage and inform women about gender equality issues in the workplace.

Some of the presentations on the WGEA stand include:
  • Just ask – reimagining negotiation and getting that pay rise by Dr Jess Murphy
  • Women and Money by Lisa Summers and Katie Davis-Hall-Watson from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s (ASIC) financial literacy team
  • Building your professional brand online with LinkedIn by Lara Brownlow, Head of Agencies, LinkedIn Marketing Solutions
  • Leveraging your network by Sabiha Vorajee

For more information on the speakers on the WGEA stand read the 2015 WGEA Speakers at the Career VFAIR.

This is a great opportunity for your female employees to engage in robust conversations with industry leaders and access free educational resources covering a variety of issues that women often face in the workplace throughout their careers.

The 2015 VFAIR for Women is Australia’s largest online career exhibition dedicated to engaging with women in the workplace. Going digital removes the limitations of time and distance enforced at physical career expos and enables a shared conversation between industry leaders and highly talented women across the nation.

The WGEA will also be launching I want that Job! at the VFAIR. I want that job! aims to showcase amazing women in extraordinary careers and explore how these women achieved their career success. Stay tuned for more on this!

The VFAIR will run from the 22 June – 2 July.

To register yourself or an employee tap here.

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