Tracey Spicer, CEO of Spicer Communications, has an enviable portfolio career encompassing television, newspaper, radio and online journalism, and is a highly sought-after writer, speaker and media trainer. She has just authored The Good Girl Stripped Bare, challenging the structural workplace barriers faced by women. Tracey is passionate about equality, which is a central tenet of her book. The Good Girl…
As part of our support for Flexible Working Day 2017, FlexCareers will be showcasing some of the great work our clients in New Zealand are doing with regards to flexibility, and their commitment to offering flexible working arrangements as part of a broader strategy to increasing female participation in the workforce at leadership level. New Zealand…
FlexCareers hold regular roundtable events with employers across Australia and New Zealand, to connect and collaborate on flexible working practices and gender diversity issues. As we move into June and celebrate Australia’s inaugural Flexible Working Day, we wanted to share some key themes.
FlexCareers this week welcome Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy & Fertilisers (WesCEF) to our community of progressive employers. There are many reasons why FlexCareers is excited to partner with WesCEF – find out more here.
FlexCareers is proud to join representatives from The Diversity Council of Australia, GM Holden, Medibank, PepsiCo, The Parenthood, Women’s Agenda and Gold Medal Winner Kim Brennan in supporting Australia’s inaugural Flexible Working Day on June 21st.
Our FlexMatch platform is a game-changer for those who want to work flexibly, and we want you to know how it works
With tax time just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about what you are entitled to claim for your tax deductions. As busy working parents, it’s easy to overlook your eligible tax deductions. However, when you think about the extra cash you get back, its worthwhile spending a little time gathering relevant information.
Enough is enough – let’s make 2017 the year that pregnant women stop getting fired! FlexCareers Chairwoman Rhonda Brighton-Halls open letter to Australian CEO’s and some sobering facts you should know.
More than half of Australian women have been discriminated against in the workplace for being a mum, a study has shown.
Research conducted by FlexCareers reveals that workplace discrimination is rife in today’s businesses and is creating an often untold burden for women at a time of their lives when they should be celebrating motherhood, rather than battling for their rights to either work or take time off to settle into this phase of their life.
We’re on a mission to change the way careers work. You can help us to understand how we can achieve this by being a member of our Community Advisory Board (CAB). We’re taking expressions of interest now.
FlexCareers have created a series of workshops to help set women up for sustained success in their careers. Each session is a stand-alone 2 hour interactive workshop packed with practical tips to help talented women create their own version of success.
In Australia, we’ve been talking about diversity as an objective since women got the vote with Federation in 1901. Given this early start, it was a surprise to see some of the data points within the National Diversity and Inclusion Survey released today.
FlexCareers & Australian businesses to improve gender diversity in the workplace.
For us here at FlexCareers, today marks an exciting moment in our company’s short history.
What FlexCareers is going to attempt to do – to change the way careers work – is SOO very overdue that I am pleased to be able to roll up my sleeves and help get it done!
If I know one thing I know this – that the really great companies have really good people behind them. Not perfect people, but genuinely good people who are working hard to do the right thing by the community, their clients and their partners.
Our understanding of work is still hanging on to some old concepts. Rhonda Brighton-Hall, FlexCareers ChairWoman, explains what’s changing and why we can finally be optimistic.