Women stall on reaching corporate Australia’s highest rungs

by Alana Schetzer for The Sydney Morning Herald

Harvey Norman’s Gerry Harvey is known for being outspoken – whether sharing his views on the evils of online retailing, restrictive workplace laws or corporate governance types who frown on his role as executive chairman of the retailer.

And he’s no less blunt when it comes to the issue of gender equality in corporate Australia – and the chances of it ever being realised.

“We’ve got a campaign here to get 50 per cent women and we’re not achieving it,” he says. “We’re well short.”

Women make up 42 per cent of the retailer’s workforce but just 26per cent of senior executives – although that figure does include a rare female chief executive, KatiePage. Read more here.

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