Leanne Cutcher - Newsroom articles
The Sydney Morning Herald and Age
The Sydney Morning Herald and Age quoted Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher about age discrimination in the workforce, often experienced by employees over 50 year olds.
Leanne Cutcher on 936 ABC Hobart 29 Aug 2016
936 ABC Hobart
936 ABC Hobart interviewed Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher about Japan encouraging older people into the workforce.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday Age, Stuff (NZ), The Border Mail
The Sydney Morning Herald and Saturday Age quoted research from Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher and PhD candidate Barbara Foweraker about older males working in the pharmaceutical industry.
An opinion piece in The Weekend Australian referenced a forthcoming study by Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher, which finds that the most innovative companies are those where employee age is not an influential factor.
ABC PM, ABC 666 Canberra
Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher spoke to ABC radio (PM, 666 Canberra) about her research showing the most innovative businesses are those where age discrimination does not occur, in the context of the Intergenerational Report.
Leanne Cutcher on 6PR Perth 27 Apr 2016
Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher was interviewed on 6PR Perth about her upcoming research on age discrimination in the workplace.
Leanne Cutcher on 2CC, 2UE and 2GB radio 22 Apr 2016
2CC Canberra, 2GB Sydney, 2UE Sydney
Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher was interviewed on 2CC Canberra, 2GB Sydney and 2UE Sydney about her research on age discrimination in the workplace.
Research confirms old dogs still do have tricks 21 Apr 2016
Sydney Morning Herald, Age
Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher was quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald, Age and PRWIRE about her upcoming research on the business benefits of age neutrality in the workplace.
Peta vs Peter 25 Sep 2015
2SER FM interviewed Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher about the issue of sexism in leadership roles following comments made by the prime minister's former chief of staff Peta Credlin.
Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald published an article by Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher about recent research to demonstrate Peta Credlin was correct in claiming her actions as the Prime Minister's Chief of Staff would have been received differently if she were a male.