15
Oct 19

Out of the office and into the kitchen

A team of 15 Criterion employees traded their phones for ladles and keyboards for chopping boards to cook for those in need last Thursday.  Our Big Kitchen is a community-run industrial kitchen preparing meals for disadvantaged people across Sydney and Criterion was eager to assist.  Staff embodied the company purpose, bringing people together to inspire … Continue reading Out of the office and into the kitchen

30
Sep 19

What’s it like being a female Premier? Anna Bligh doesn’t know – she’s never done it as a man

When Queensland Parliament was built 151 years ago, it was built without any female toilets, speaking volumes about who they thought the state’s main power-holders would be. “I could feel that when I was elected in ‘95. They did have ladies bathrooms by then, but it was nevertheless – and particularly on my side of … Continue reading What’s it like being a female Premier? Anna Bligh doesn’t know – she’s never done it as a man

16
Sep 19

Breastmilk, Parliament and an Office for Men

Senator Larissa Waters was behind one of the most significant moments for women in Australian politics, and simultaneously one of the most insignificant.  “You go into politics to make a difference and it often feels intangible- this moment changed that,” she told news.com.au. The first woman to breastfeed her child while passing a motion before … Continue reading Breastmilk, Parliament and an Office for Men