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By Anthony O’Brien The latest IML Gender Pay Report reveals that if you’re a female working in a C-Suite role, you could be earning as much as 15% less than your male colleagues. The report presents findings based on an analysis of pay differentials from 2014-2018 between male and female full-time…
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By Tori Cooke To me, International Women’s Day is important because it recognises the full spectrum of women’s contribution to the world. In such diverse ways it brings ‘balance’ to the world in which we live, work and play. Part of bringing much needed balance is challenging structural conformity…
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By Andrew Fenlon As a society it's really important for us to have a steady stream of ‘the next generation’ coming through. The alternative is a society which is steadily aging – and as a result contracting. Governments understand this and have given various incentives to assist in the cost…
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By Clare Edwards FIML Let’s start with a brain teaser. Two judo experts take a bow and the match begins. One is wearing a brown belt the other a black belt. After a long tussle, the black belter player has the most points and is declared the winner, even though during the entire contest no man…
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By Theaanna Kiaos With International Women’s Day approaching, I was asked by the team at the Institute…
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By Jane Caro I am 61 years old. That probably means that I am more or less unemployable in terms of…
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Female leadership enjoyed significant progress over the past decade. Surprisingly, despite more women…
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There’s an increase in the rate of employment for older workers in developed nations. With workers…
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Even Maslow realised that beyond self-actualisation was a higher need. One of self-transcendence or…
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A less obvious threat within organisations is the that of a psychologically unhealthy workplace. When…