More Workplaces Need To Take Domestic Violence Seriously: Whv 25th October 2010 Women’s Health Victoria today applauded moves by the Australian Services Union to introduce a paid family violence leave clause in their workplace agreements, as a crucial issue that affects occupational health and safety.
Global Banking Alliance For Women Convenes 10th Summit On Next, Best Practices For Fueling Women's B 20th October 2010 The Global Banking Alliance for Women, a consortium of leading financial institutions driving women's business growth globally, is convening over 40 organizations here this week at the GBA for Women's 10th Anniversary Summit, hosted by IFC, a member of the World Bank Group and a GBA for Women member.
Finsia Busts Common Myths About Women And Work 20th October 2010 The Financial Services Institute of Australasia (Finsia), Australia's peak financial services association and leading provider of policy insights into the finance sector, today launched a policy exposition paper which debunks the most common myths with regard to the lack of women holding leadership roles in financial services.
Kelly Has Drive To Succeed 15th October 2010 The 26-year old has won the inaugural Woman at Work award, presented by Manufacturing Skills Australia to women achieving outstanding success in the manufacturing and automotive industries.
Starting A Conversation About Secondary Breast Cancer 14th October 2010 Today at National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre's (NBOCC) Pink Ribbon Lunch the Hon Nicola Roxon MP, Minister for Health and Ageing will launch a new resource to assist women living with secondary breast cancer.
Whv Calls For Gender Sensitive Approach To Mental Health 13th October 2010 Victorian women’s health policy experts and advocates have today encouraged a gender sensitive approach to policy and practice around mental health, as part of Mental Health Week Oct 10 – 16th 2010.