Parental leave… it’s not just for mums!

Adam Walsh is a Process and Systems Analyst at RACQ. Adam recently made the decision to take paid parental leave so that his partner could return to work, and we think that that is something to celebrate!
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Working Remotely (and how)

WORK180's Damian Karzon has been working remotely for over 6 months and shares his initial concerns with remote working and how he has overcome them.
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Learning to Lead and Banking Career Highlights

Vanessa Wewer started her career with an exciting secondment to Thailand to work on the international airport and has spent the last 20 years achieving new career highlights, learning to lead and building a family.
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Working Cold Cases in the Queensland Police Service

Tara Kentwell is a Detective Senior Sergeant in the Cold Case Investigation Team, for the Queensland Police Service. We chatted to her about her varied career with QPS, where to go after you reach your goals and what it’s like working for the police.
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Announcing a New Purpose: To Empower Every Woman to Choose a Workplace Where They Can Thrive

Co-Founder and Co-CEO Gemma Lloyd, announces WORK180's new purpose. To Empower Every Woman to Choose a Workplace where they can Thrive.
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How to Support Women at all Stages of their Employee Experience

WORK180 and its Endorsed Employers are driving change from within by sharing best practice and next practice strategies and solutions shared by some of Australia’s most progressive organisations at our Executives Driving Gender Equality (EDGE) events.
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Working in operations: Career advice from women to women

It might be a traditionally male-dominated field, but more and more women are carving out successful careers in operational industries.
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Gender diversity in operations: How 9 organisations are taking action

In operational industries such as engineering and mining, it’s widely acknowledged that the gender imbalance is more extreme. Yet, there’s a number of progressive organisations pushing to create a more gender equal sector.
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Flipping Traditional Roles and Mummy Guilt

We spoke to Sussanah Osbourne, General Manager Production at BHP previously about chasing adventures and authentic networking to career success. In this article, we discuss non-traditional roles at home and finding balance.
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Beyond the statistics - Domestic and Family Violence

While this article is centred around violence against women, we acknowledge that domestic violence affects everyone in our society and that men are victims of this too. Violence is never OK, regardless of the gender of the victim or perpetrator.
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Adventures and Accidental Career Moves

Sussanah Osborne, General Manager Production at BHP’s Operations Services, always sought adventure and lived an unconventional life. She spoke with us about living around the world, networking to an accidental career and finding her way back to BHP.
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Closing the gap on equal pay

After 6 years of collecting data, the Workplace Gender Equality Agency has recently shared their findings on what organisations have been doing to reduce the gender pay gap. WORK180's Beatriz Guevara, shares her highlights from the event.
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A new perspective: Impact as a working Mum at BOQ

When Tanya and her husband suffered a devastating loss, it would take time before she could rise to the surface and continue life with a new perspective. Now part-time, Tanya is empowered to make a real impact as both a mum and as BOQ’s Customer Advocate.
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Pathfinder meets purpose: Discovering a Career at BHP

Amber White’s life story is a page-turner written by someone who takes bold chances with unwavering confidence. Amber has found her niche at BHP. Returning from parental leave, she offers her advice to parents pursuing leadership in a rural context.
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