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This tech COO spent many years of her professional life burning the candle at both ends. When her daughter was born, she knew that she had to change the way she viewed time.
Time. It’s the most precious and finite resource that we have. Even today, where our increasingly connected world makes it possible for us to be more efficient than ever, time still escapes us. Time is still the only resource that we can’t borrow or buy more of. And, once it’s gone, it’s impossible to get back.
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Sep 19, 2019 — 7.28am, first published at Sep 18, 2019 — 7.00pm Share The major speech at the annual Chief Executive Women’s dinner in Sydney on Thursday night will be from a chief executive most men won’t have heard of. Most women probably don’t know the name of Jo Horgan either. They will certainly know Mecca, however, the company she founded in Melbourne more than 20 years ago.
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A number of new studies about women’s roles in the workplace and relationships to money continue to paint a two-steps forward, one-step backward picture. Overall, this latest batch of metrics shows that while more women are getting college degrees and expanding their earning power, most do not understand how to maximize this newfound financial status. Without learning how to grow and wield the power of the purse, women will continue to cede ground to men.
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The gender pay gap is a global challenge created by issues affecting pay equity and pay parity. Pay equity means equal pay for work of equal value. Pay parity means that there are equal numbers of women and men represented at each pay level across the organization. Both pay equity and pay parity need to be addressed to close the gap. The pay gap affects all women, although women from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups experience the largest gap.
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