A mother who returned to work after a year's leave is disputing claims that mums become "rusty" during time off.
The BSA has dismissed complaints against TV3 over an interview with Alasdair Thompson, former CEO of the EMA.
Women make up less than 10 percent of the boards of our top companies.
A women's advocacy group says the publicity surrounding the sacking of former EMA boss Alasdair Thompson has helped promote gender equality.
Alasdair Thompson wasn't at home today and he wasn't taking calls from 3 News.
Alasdair Thompson has been sacked by the EMA after his 'monthly sickness' comments. Should he have kept his job? Leave your opinion.
Alasdair Thompson has been sacked by the board of Employers and Manufacturers Association.
Employers may have to record the gender of people doing the same work if a Green Party Equal Pay Amendment Bill is taken on by the Government.
Alasdair Thompson still has a job tonight, but maybe not for much longer.
The EMA Board met today to discuss the recent comments and conduct of its chief executive Alasdair Thompson.
Alasdair Thompson has done a good job in the past but should resign, the New Zealand Federation of Business and Professional Women says.
Lawyers for troubled EMA chief Alasdair Thompson are believed to be fighting out terms of a settlement, with speculation he will resign today.
An EMA meeting to discuss the future of embattled chief executive Alasdair Thompson has been cancelled.
The EMA will hold a special meeting this morning, to decide whether its embattled chief executive should keep his job.
John Campbell is joined by Helen Kelly of the CTU, plus media commentators Wendyl Nissen and Raybon Kan to discuss fall out from Alasdair Thompson's comments.
The man who enraged women the length of the country with his menstruation comments has apologised again – but it may not be enough to save his job.
Alasdair Thompson has issued an unreserved and unqualified apology.
Employers and Manufacturers Association chief executive Alasdair Thompson has issued an apology for his comments.
An Auckland councillor, business mentor and journalist are backing Alasdair Thompson.
There are calls for the head of the EMA to resign, after he said women are paid less than men because they have ‘sick problems’ once a month.
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