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Rebecca Cassells says women who make it to the top-tier of leadership face an added glass ceiling.

Female managers on the rise, CEOs fall behind

Research released today by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre and the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has found a gender pay gap of $162,000 between Australia’s highest paid men and women, but women are progressing into full-time management roles at a faster rate than men.

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perth
I believe in equal opportunity but all (appointments) should be on merit and productivity, not just to satisfy legislation or for political reasons, which i feel some companies or political parties do. Decisions made for any reason other than merit are not fair either, right?

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