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Event Recap - WIS Networking Breakfast at the ACSI Conference

We were delighted to host Sally Auld, Chief Economist and the Head of Fixed Income and FX Strategy, J.P. Morgan, Australia and New Zealand, as the guest speaker at this year's networking breakfast at the ACSI Conference. Sally spoke to the audience of members and non-members about her career journey so far and her views on the ever-changing economic and geopolitical landscape.
  • May 23, 2018
  • National Office Update, Event

Women in Super Response to the Federal Budget

Women in Super is disappointed that no measures were introduced in the recent Federal Budget to close the gender gap in retirement savings. Like many other organisations and women's groups, we believe that this was a lost opportunity to improve the retirement outcomes of women and other low income earners.
  • May 16, 2018

In her own words - Audette Exel's journey

Women in Super NSW are excited to be hosting Audette Exel AO for our upcoming lunch on Thursday 24 May in Sydney. We spoke with Audette about her journey, what motivates her and how she has integrated social justice into her career.
  • May 15, 2018
  • Event, WIS NSW

Event Recap - WIS SA Luncheon with Eva Scheerlinck

Women in Super SA were delighted to receive the low-down on the Royal Commission from one of the industry’s most knowledgeable and influential women.
  • May 10, 2018

The Power of Purpose

It may surprise you to hear that business leader, Audette Exel, began her journey as a humble social activist and office cleaner. It was her passion for human rights that led Audette to “step out of her tribe” and become a qualified lawyer, before launching a successful business career. She wanted to demonstrate that business could be used as a powerful platform for change and could have a higher purpose beyond profit.
  • April 26, 2018
  • Event, WIS NSW

Event Recap - In Conversation with Women's Property Initiatives

Our Women in Super VIC members were given the opportunity to learn what they could do to help homeless women during a session with Women’s Property Initiatives (WPI) last week. We were joined by Jeanette Large, Chief Executive Officer, and Debra Mika, Chair, and learnt about why there is an increase in homelessness amongst women, what WPI are doing to solve the problem and what we can all do to help.
  • April 26, 2018
  • Event, WIS VIC, Make Super Fair

Event Recap - HR Forum

Last week we re-visited the Domestic Violence Charter for Employers at our second HR Forum which gave the HR professionals in the room a chance to discuss the implementation of the Charter within their fund and any issues that they may have seen. We also heard from Emily Maguire, CEO of the Domestic Violence Resource Centre of Victoria, on how the disclosure of family violence should be handled and the types of training and resources that are available. Emmeline McIllree who is in the People, Partnership and Culture team at PwC also spoke at the Forum on corporate culture and the challenges one can face when implementing change.
  • April 22, 2018
  • National Office Update, Policy

5 Reasons Why Women Have Less Super than Men – and How to Even the Scales

If you’ve heard about the gender pay gap, chances are you’ve also heard there’s a superannuation gap between men and women. But with a staggering superannuation gap of 47 per cent, many are left asking ‘why’?
  • April 8, 2018
  • National Office Update, Policy, Make Super Fair

Event Recap - NSW Building Your Personal Agency Training

On Tuesday 27 March, Women in Super NSW held the first member-only training event for the year, Building Your Personal Agency. Over 70 members attended to hear from Rosamund Christie about her tips and tricks on how to build personal agency, how to overcome unconscious bias and what default behaviours people have that could be getting in the way.
  • April 4, 2018
  • Event, WIS NSW

Mavis Roberstson International Women’s Day Events

This year, Women in Super held events in Melbourne and Sydney to mark International Women’s Day.
  • March 20, 2018

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