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Women going backwards at the top of corporate AustraliaND

Peter Ryan, ABC News, Tuesday 10th September, 2019

The annual census by Chief Executive Women (CEW) which represents 560 female corporate leaders and analyses gender equality amongst Australia’s top 200 companies has said progress is slow with 17 companies still having no women in their leadership teams. CEW President Sue Morphett said she is disappointed by the findings. “There are some figures saying that we'll be waiting about 80 years for it to be equal, which means my granddaughter will be 84 by the time we have equal representation," she said. Ms Morphett also suggested company boards and recruitment agencies should more thoroughly consider the pool of available female candidates.

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