Ariane Barker believes well-educated women are still struck by a pressure to find a balance between being the primary carer and having a career they want.
Women are likely to become wealthier over the next five years from owning more Australian property — but don’t expect this to help close the gender pay gap.
Women are being told to talk more about money, but paperwork complexities in the superannuation system could be costing new mothers time and money.
The demographic that questions the value of having appropriately skilled women on boards will probably exit the scene over the next decade.
There’s been a recent increase in the number of big companies offering superannuation payments to employees taking both paid and unpaid parental leave.
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