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Confidence doesn’t help women get ahead: survey call

They say fortune favours the bold, but only if you're a man, according to a new survey. Economics researcher Leonora Risse says efforts to reduce bias at the organisational level might be more successful than individual women trying to be more confident. Read More

APS diversity and gender equality awards announced

The first Australian Public Service Diversity and Gender Equality Awards were presented this morning, highlighting four examples of how individual public servants, staff networks and the leaders of organisations can contribute to more inclusive workplaces. Read More

Overcoming the flexibility stigma in the APS

Staff shouldn't need a good excuse like caring responsibilities to go part-time or make use of other kinds of flexible work arrangements, argue researchers Meraiah Foley and Sue Williamson. This stigmatises those who do use them. Read More