July 2018 – 5



The Business of Fashion

Op-Ed | Why the Plus-Size Revolution Will Fail

Liroy Choufan, 27/7/18

Disturbing as it might sound, fashion and inclusivity are incompatible, argues Liroy Choufan.

Read More



Business of Fashion

What Happens When Sephora Becomes Your Rival

Jessica Schiffer, 25/7/18

‘Small beauty retailers have thrived with ‘natural’ products that became big sellers. Now they are under pressure from the likes of Sephora muscling in on the space.’

Read More



The Sydney Morning Herald

Top companies ‘failing’ on gender pay gap face investor revolt

Nassim Khadem, 23/7/18

‘Investors could take stronger action to force listed companies to address the gender pay gap – including protest votes against re-election of board members and executive remuneration – according to the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR) which found that more than one quarter of ASX100 companies did not have a remuneration policy that explicitly covered gender pay equity.’

Read More


Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility

Gender Pay Equity and Australian-listed Companies


‘ASX100 companies’ commitments and disclosures related to gender pay equity’

Read More


The Conversation

How Australian media are changing the way they report violence against women

Annie Blatchford, 25/7/18

‘Recently in Australia there has been a horrific wave of murders of women and children. But, in the aftermath of the #metoo movement, we have seen a change in the way the media are reporting violence against women.’

Read More



The Guardian

How will the gender pay gap affect your super?

‘Due to a number of social, economic and biological factors women are retiring with on average 47% less superannuation than men1. Find out how the super gap will affect your retirement.’

Read More


ABC News

Super fund REST being sued for not having a plan for climate changeMichael Slezak, 25/7/18

‘The risk that your super could take a hit to its bottom line because of climate change could soon be something your fund is legally obliged to act on.’

Read More



ABC News

Should IVF clinics publish success rates? Senator calls on Government to help make comparing clinics easier

Sandra Siagian, 24/7/18

‘The debate over whether IVF clinics should publish their success rates has been pushed into the spotlight after a South Australian senator called for the information to be made public to couples trying to conceive through the procedure.’

Read More



Team Leiden

Sometimes it takes more than one Contributor to make magic.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *