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Diversify or fail: Govt. puts $8m towards women in tech grants
“Australian businesses will fail to reach their full potential unless we create diverse and inclusive workplaces."
Tech predicted to have biggest impact on future - over increased equality
In a survey commissioned by Vodafone Group, almost a fifth of respondents put technological innovation at the top of the list.
Gender pay gap should be a social & economic priority, says WGEA
“This is bad news for the economy, because it shows that business is not drawing on the enormous talent available in the female workforce."
Gender pay gap moving in right direction, says Paula Bennett
"In 2017 there is absolutely no excuse for someone to be paid less just because of their gender.”
Exclusive interview: Polycom on how remote working can bring us closer together
If you’re measuring the productivity of your employees based on whether you can see them or not, you’re probably not getting the most out of them.
Spark gets rainbow tick of approval for workplace diversity & inclusion
Spark’s managing director Simon Moutter and chairman Mark Verbiest hold leading roles in Champions for Change initiatives.
Microsoft MD says NZ must “interrogate our assumptions” to encourage more diversity
“Diversity is not just a moral issue, it’s a business imperative.”
Alibaba Group to discuss e-commerce with diverse Kiwi businesses
This years’ EPIC NZ conference will discuss the opportunities and challenges of e-commerce for exporters and importers.
Rethinking a core element of education: the space itself
"We want to explore what it means to create learning environments that are driven by our understanding of difference."
Diversity & inclusion has to be woven into business DNA
The point is to establish data-driven decision making on a daily basis for hiring, promotion, development, rewards and teamwork.
He asked: "What's your favourite position?"... I said: "CEO"
One of New Zealand’s most famous businessmen declined to invest in my business because his wife won’t like that he’s spending time with a "young woman".