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HR Leader: Addressing the systemic inequality facing women takes urgency

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The article discusses the pressing need for policy reforms to address the systemic inequality faced by women in Australia

Despite some progress, such as initiatives in the recent federal budget, there are still significant financial and social burdens that disproportionately affect women. These include the gender pay gap, financial challenges such as HECS-HELP debts, and the impact of gender-based violence.

Kris Grant, CEO of ASPL Group, emphasises the need for comprehensive reforms, including workplace changes, equitable pay structures, and increased retirement funding for women. Grant argues that the current approach of temporary relief measures is insufficient and calls for a complete overhaul of policies to address the deep-rooted issues perpetuating gender inequality.

The article highlights the need for meaningful dialogue and action to address these challenges and create a more equitable society for women in Australia.

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