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Returning to work from parental leave can be an extremely daunting and stressful time, not only will you need to mentally prepare yourself, the logistics behind it can be quite overwhelming too. Planning in advance is key to a smooth transition back into the workforce. The opportunity to work flexibly for mothers is an important benefit as it allows them to maintain and advance their careers whilst still being able to support their...
The qualities that are acquired or enhanced during motherhood tend to be underrated, with many women not even including their parental leave on their resume due to the implications it could have on their applications. In PwC’s 2018 report, 42% of women disclosed that they were “nervous of what having a child would do to their careers and 48% of new mothers felt that they were overlooked for career advancement opportunities because...
The doors are opening for women to progress to higher leadership more than ever before, but there's an interesting phenomenon occurring which to me says; forget the glass ceiling, we need to build a whole new architectural masterpiece! Rather than making the changes to wedge that door firmly open by making the modern workplace an environment that women want to thrive in - we’re so exhausted from the climb that we're simply blending...
IAG is the largest general insurance group in Australia and NZ and they are committed to providing a supportive, diverse and inclusive workplace for all of their employees. They understand the many challenges of balancing work and family and offer a range of benefits to assist working parents. These include a national school holiday care program, 14 weeks paid primary carers leave and a new initiative #myflex to accommodate flexibility needs....
The future of workplaces is vastly changing. The most sought after benefit is “flexibility in the workplace.” Whether your employees work reduced hours, part time or from home, there are huge benefits to consider for your organisation. Happier Employees Recent evidence suggests that employees that are given this flexibility are generally seen as happier, positively engaged workers and are less likely to burnout. Many...