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Super funds should use soft power, not quotas to fix gender equalityBY ALEX DUNNIN | WEDNESDAY, 14 AUG 2013 11:00AM
Imposed quotas are much less likely to advance the cause of workplace gender equality than super funds exerting their considerable soft power to influence the industry, companies in which they invest and service providers.
Read more: Superannuation, Helen Conway, AIST, WGEA, Australian Institute, Canberra yesterday, Cate Wood, Super, Superannuation Trustees, Women, Women In Super function, Workplace Gender Equality Agency
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