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COVID sharpens the caring crunch for Australian women

Women have been hard hit by the COVID pandemic, but the economic recovery has focused on men in hard hats, the Women in Super 2021 National Road Show heard in October. Over three sessions, we discussed a gender equal recovery from COVID-19, how the unequal division of work and care affects workers, particularly those in low-paid workforces, and the importance of paying super on parental leave.
  • November 9, 2021
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Thea Blyth on more women leading

Women remain underrepresented in senior leadership despite outnumbering their male counterparts at graduate level. Thea Blyth looks at her career journey so far and the strategies that have helped her succeed and grow. Changing career paths and moving countries can be challenging at the best of times, let alone as a pandemic sends the world into lockdown. But that's the situation Thea Blyth found herself in after travelling from London to Sydney in early-2020 to take up a new role in the Platform Sales team within Securities Services at J.P. Morgan. "I still have clients that I haven't met in person, which has felt strange," she says. "But I know it's not unique to me and everyone's going through it."
  • August 11, 2021
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Nancy Day and Nadia Schiavon on how culture builds results

Cbus' Chief Operating Officer, Investments, Nancy Day talks with J.P. Morgan's Head of Securities Services, Nadia Schiavon, about culture, leadership, and how sponsors can turbocharge your career.
  • March 3, 2021
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COVID broke down the work-home divide. Here's how you can reclaim it.

COVID-normal life is anything but normal. Our digital world has expanded, filling the gaps in a physically distanced world. People are working from home as much as they are living where they work. Living through a pandemic has become an unplanned social experiment with repercussions for our physical health, mental wellbeing and productivity. But the growing list of digital dilemmas also leads to new opportunities. "We've got to have a cultural reframe," Dr Kristy Goodwin said during a recent Women in Super and J.P. Morgan partnered event about how COVID-19 is leading to new digital approaches to work and culture.
  • September 7, 2020
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Report on the Inaugural Indigenous Superannuation Summit

On 1 June 2015 the Indigenous Super Working Group (which includes Women in Super) held the inaugural Indigenous Superannuation Summit to build awareness, stimulate discussion and consider the many issues faced by Indigenous Australians within the superannuation system. Read about the objectives of the working group and the summit report that details the objectives from the day.
  • October 31, 2015
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