Chasing ambition and international career moves

Amanda Gilmore has moved across the world for her personal life and career, working in established corporates to early-stage start-ups.
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Breaking new ground in the mining industry

Sara Borgstrom was the first person to be placed in a position by WORK180, and that job kickstarted her career. Six years later she’s at BHP, another Endorsed Employer.
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Episode Seven: Shivani Gopal and The Remarkable Woman

In Episode Seven of Equality Talks we discuss the mentoring movement The Remarkable Woman with Shivani Gopal
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Breaking new ground as a mother in mining

Fiona Hack has travelled the globe with Sandvik and learned to deal with the mother’s guilt of building her career while her family was at home.
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The positive impact of a menopause policy: Lessons from employers that are leading the way

Great news, menopause awareness is growing momentum! Discover why leading employers are making sure they have a menopause policy in place.
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Engineering success from Seattle to Sydney

Prajakta Amberkar, Software Development Engineer, has been with Expedia Group for seven years, starting in the Seattle Head Office as a fresh graduate and making the move to the Sydney office five years ago.
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Motherhood as a senior leader

Helen Delmenico, Head of Finance for the Staffing Division at Programmed, is adamant that parental leave and having a family shouldn’t impact your career! She shares her experience of becoming a mother and how she balances the juggle...
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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

This Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day we reflect on the one in four pregnancies that will end in loss, remember those babies who are not with us here today, and ensure miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss is no longer a taboo subject
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A hundred great reasons why ambition works

Anne Hughes only considered a move into management at the encouragement of her colleagues. She now looks after a team of 100 tradespeople and supervisors as Maintenance Superintendent at Alcoa.
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Stronger together — male allies at Ericsson

At Ericsson its leaders and employees are committed to improving gender diversity and they don’t shy away from the work to be done or the team effort required to get there.
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The not-so-secret key to wellbeing initiatives that work

Want to implement a workplace wellbeing initiative? Discover the not-so-secret key to success with insights from leading employers and the people impacted by their policies.
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How to protect your flex and lead effectively

Christine Miller has worked flexibly for the past 20 years, creating a multi-passionate career along the way.
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How to grasp career opportunities

An avid outdoors woman, Jane Bitmead loves adventure sports, so it’s no surprise that her career has taken a non-traditional route. She’s currently a Machine Operator and Leading Hand of a timber yard for Qube, Australia’s largest logistics provider.
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Reducing the stigma of mental health: Workplace initiatives that really work

Mental health initiatives are a priority, but what really works? We asked 21 leading employers exactly that question, and the answer is more simple than you may think.
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