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Money Power Freedom - Ep #3 27 November 2019

Work in Progress

In this episode Cal and Santi are talking work; getting paid what you are worth; and how a job is so much more than just a job. There’s still lots to be done about women’s equality but luckily there are folks on the job (pun intended) to ensure the work that women do is counted, respected and fairly remunerated. To quote Barbadian businesswoman and singer-songwriter Rhianna: “Work, work, work, work, work, work.” Indeed!

Note: this episode was recorded prior to the landmark collective bargaining agreement negotiated by the Matildas, Australian national women’s soccer team, enshrining pay parity and related benefits for all players. Go team! Read more here.

Duration: 34min 34sec | Credits 
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Featured:
Van Badham
writer and unionist
Layne Beachley pro surfing legend
Michelle Sheppard Transgender Community Liaison Officer, Fitted for Work
Jackie
Roberts Client Referral Coordinator, Fitted for Work

Hana Assafiri community advocate and restaurant owner, the Moroccan Soup Bar
Dr. Marilyn Waring author and feminist economist

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