Along with working incredibly hard to build a successful career in operations and supply chain, Tania Montesin has established a terrific network of mentors and supporters. But her most important lesson has been...
NAWO, in conjunction with PATH4 Graduates, has developed Project ‘i’ – a project-based, paid internship program for female university students. Interns are placed within NAWO member organisations and the initiative aims to attract […]
By Megan McCracken – General Manager – Safety, People & Corporate Affairs, Arc Infrastructure; NAWO National Chair Take a listen: http://freakonomics.com/podcast/what-can-uber-teach-us-about-the-gender-pay-gap/ If you are […]
We love sharing stories about proactive gender diversity activities being implemented by our membership, such as the recent joint initiative between NAWO Silver Corporate Members Bis and Arc Infrastructure, 'Young Women Future Workforce'...
The Flexible and Agile Working conference is on 21-23 May in Sydney.
Our National Director, Louise Weine will be on the panel discussion "What are the key considerations when implementing flexible and agile working?"
For more info: questevents.com.au/flexible-a…pic.twitter.com/sdAFvg3ALX