Equitable Flexibility Offers so Much More than ‘Working from Home’

The COVID-19 pandemic showed us that flexible and remote working can be effective when it is implemented at scale and that it can have wide-reaching productivity benefits. The pandemic has also shown that flexible working is no longer a ‘women’s issue’, it’s about economic success and attracting and retaining the right talent for your organisation to prosper. Chief Executive Women …

NEW REPORT SHOWS MEN AND WOMEN ACCESSING FLEXIBLE WORKING EQUALLY IS KEY TO FUTURE ECONOMIC PROSPERITY

New Report Shows Men and Women Accessing Flexible Working Equally is Key to Future Economic Prosperity

Chief Executive Women (CEW) calls for Australia’s business leaders to learn from COVID-19 and embed flexibility as a strategic performance driver. Newly released research today shows 95% of employees want flexibility and want their companies to do more to encourage flexible work arrangements. The ‘Equitable Flexibility: Reshaping our Workforce’ report, conducted in partnership with global consultancy firm Bain & Company, …

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CEW Welcomes Federal Budget Measures

CEW welcomes Federal Budget measures to increase women’s workforce participation and economic security Chief Executive Women (CEW) has welcomed a $3.4 billion investment aimed at increasing women’s workforce participation and economic security in tonight’s Federal Budget. “The measures announced tonight are encouraging and a positive step towards building a smart economy that delivers and maximises the potential of all Australians. …

Pre-Budget Submission 2021/22

To deliver CEW’s vision of women and men having equal social and economic choices and responsibilities,  we must raise their voice and leverage the strength and influence of our diverse membership to create a movement for change. CEW’s Pre-Budget Submission to the Federal Budget 2021-22 offers practical solutions that will take into account the impact of COVID-19 and offer the …

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New CEW & ANZ Sustainability Scholarship Now Open

Chief Executive Women (CEW) and ANZ are proud to announce a new scholarship opportunity for women leaders working across the fields of environmental and corporate sustainability as well as sustainable finance. The CEW & ANZ Sustainability Scholarship is designed for female sustainability practitioners with at least five years leadership experience looking to develop their skills and enhance their capabilities. We are looking …

Federal Budget 2021

Upcoming Federal Budget 2021- Joint Policy Statement

April 28, 2021 saw representatives of parents, workers and business come together with a united goal of making Australia a nation in which all women can live and work freely and safely and reach their full potential. Achieving these changes would benefit all in our nation. We welcome the formation of the government’s Cabinet Women’s Taskforce as an opportunity to …

IWD: The Case for Change

CEW advocates for change in key priority areas to achieve our vision of a society where women and men have equal economic and social choice and responsibilities. In support of International Women’s Day (IWD), CEW presents the 2021 update of The Case for Change: a review of the status of women in Australia in leadership, economic security, workforce participation and …

Pre-Budget Submission 2021/22

To deliver CEW’s vision of women and men having equal social and economic choices and responsibilities,  we must raise their voice and leverage the strength and influence of our diverse membership to create a movement for change. CEW’s Pre-Budget Submission to the Federal Budget 2021-22 offers practical solutions that will take into account the impact of COVID-19 and offer the …

CEW welcomes Sam Mostyn as President 

CEW President Sue Morphet and the CEW Board welcomed CEW member Samantha (Sam) Mostyn as incoming President at CEW’s Annual General Meeting, Sam Mostyn has significant experience in the Australian corporate sector both in executive and non-executive capacities, in particular in the areas of human resources, corporate and government affairs, sustainability management and diversity, and a long history of sports …

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Fair criticism and fair praise for all leaders

 Controversy stirs difficult memories By Sue Morphet November 4, 2020  We have high expectations of our leaders, in business, the community and public life. Our leaders need to be accountable and perform at their best.   In the past week, we have seen the now former Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate becoming the subject of a strident public storm which …