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Managing Director of Tradeswomen Australia, Fiona McDonald today said the end of wage discrimination against women, who retire on average with half the savings of men, is an issue that impacts on women and families across Australia.
Managing Director of Tradeswomen Australia, Fiona McDonald said the reforms, outlined by the Prime Minister Scott Morrison today at the National Press Club, could lead to generational change and end the national embedded discrimination against women in the trades area which starts at the career advice and apprenticeship level.
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An online summit will be held tonight to help address the staggeringly low numbers of women entering trades in Australia. Tradeswomen Australia CEO Fiona McDonald says only 2 percent of…
The COVID-19 cyclone of change and challenges, which has confronted Australia’s building, construction and property sectors for nearly three months, will be the subject of the next Tradeswomen Australia’s online seminar.
Pioneer Susan Alberti AC, one of Australia’s pre-eminent philanthropists, businesswoman, role model and mentor to young women, has become the Patron of Tradeswomen Australia.
Managing Director of Tradeswomen Australia, Fiona McDonald today called for an end to the discrimination against women in the trades area, saying it was a major threat to the economy.
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