Tasmanian women to have say in national workforce strategy25th July 2012
Colmar Brunton has been engaged by the Australian Government Office for Women, working closely with the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency (formerly Skills Australia), to undertake a series of face-to-face consultation sessions to ensure that women’s perspectives and experiences inform the 2012 National Workforce Development Strategy.
These sessions are planned to investigate how best to increase and promote participation of women in the labour force, and will be held in Brisbane, Adelaide, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Hobart, Darwin, and Gladstone, from 23rd – 31st July 2012. They will complement the broader consultation that will be run by the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency during late July, by providing additional focused input relating to women who remain a significantly underutilised segment of the workforce.
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