Super fund reveals ASX 100 equality laggardsBY ALLY SELBY | TUESDAY, 11 FEB 2020 12:51PM
After admitting its own gender pay gap has grown in the last 12 months, Future Super has ranked the S&P/ASX 100 from best to worst when it comes to gender equality in the workplace.Read more: Future Super, ASX, ANZ, Challenger, Charter Hall, Commonwealth Bank, Dexus Group, Gender Equality Report, GPT Group, Insurance Australia, James Hardie Industries, National Australia Bank, QBE Insurance, Stockland, TPG Telecom, Westpac, Xero
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