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Whether you want to know how to succeed as a woman in the workplace or whether you’re looking to other businesswomen for advice, this is the place for the career-driven female.

Want to work at a marketing agency? Here’s some tips for getting hired

Want to work at a marketing agency? Here’s some tips for getting hired

When it comes to getting hired at a marketing agency, there are a few things you can do to stand out from the crowd.

Why you must disconnect at the end of the day when working from home

Why you must disconnect at the end of the day when working from home

People working from home are not disconnecting at the end of the workday because the lines are so blurred, and it's doing more harm than good.

5 subtle shifts that will increase your earning potential

5 subtle shifts that will increase your earning potential

Being aware of the things you can do to maximise your income will allow you to make changes and earn more.

The unspoken bias that child-free working women face

The unspoken bias that child-free working women face

Work-life balance is harder for child-free women employees to obtain, due to an unspoken bias in the workplace.

9 things you should always include in conversations about your salary

9 things you should always include in conversations about your salary

Whether you’re considering an offer from a new employer or want to ask for a raise, it’s important to go into the conversation prepared.

How to make tough decisions in your career right now

How to make tough decisions in your career right now

How do you make tough decisions in your career right? Here is a handy guide to navigating those challenging choices.

Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe Herd's surprising morning routine

Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe Herd’s surprising morning routine

As the world’s youngest self-made female billionaire, Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe Herd shares how her morning routine sets her up for success.

Gender pay gap shows Australian women earn $242 less a week than men

Gender pay gap shows Australian women earn $242 less a week than men

Latest data shows that the gender pay gap in Australia has dropped to 13.4 per cent, but companies are urged to prioritise gender equality.

How Sky Stephens is defying the gender divide in the building industry

Meet Sky Stephens, the woman defying the gender divide in the building industry

Long has the building industry been reserved for men, but young Australian woman Sky Stephens is defying the gender divide.