For many, tackling conversations about sharing unpaid domestic and caring responsibilities are hard to navigate. And those responsibilities come in a variety of guises – whether as parents caring for children, caring for elders and/or the everyday domestic tasks that just have to get done.
Why is it that we sometimes struggle to apply the same respect and boundaries to agreeing and delivering roles and at home that we do at work?!
Despite our different circumstances, it is about having the conversations that are fair – to share that care!
We are delighted to welcome to Dr Jane Fisher, AO to talk about the home life scenarios that affect us at different stages of our lives. Jane is not only a renowned professor of both Global and Women’s Health, she has a weekly show with ABC Radio Melbourne’s Raf Epstein – Life and Other Catastrophes – discussing the various obstacles relating to relationships, friendships and daily life.
Please bring a guest to this event – your partner, parent, child or boss – as it impacts so many of us in different ways!
This is going to be a fabulous exchange of experiences and ideas with a very special guest. Please register to join the discussion on this important topic – workplaces can support us with work/life integration but we all have to manage our own set of circumstances at home, so let’s share our stories and learn from each other.
Date: Friday 6 November 2020
Time: 1 PM – 2 PM (AEDT)
Platform: Zoom Webinar
Hosted by: NAWO SA Committee
Complimentary for NAWO members & Non members
We encourage you to submit questions ahead of the webinar via firstname.lastname@example.org, – all questions are great questions and it is likely that what is of interest to you is interest to others.
For those who can not access Zoom through their work emails, we suggest you register with a personal email address to view on your personal devices as an alternative.
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