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Leanne Cutcher on Sky Business News 27 Apr 2015
Sky Business News
Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher was interviewed on Sky Business News Your Career about the reputation of Gen Y employees.
On the Money 16 March 2015 16 Mar 2015
2SER FM interviews Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher about ways businesses could be more inclusive of older workers in light of the release of the Intergenerational Report.
Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher is quoted in Smart Company about older employees in the workplace in light of the government's Intergenerational Report.
Ageing population and workforce participation 07 Mar 2015
Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher was interviewed about the ageing of the population and workforce participation on Radio 3AW.
Joe Hockey's pension problems 14 Apr 2014
6PR Perth Breakfast interviews Leanne Cutcher about raising the pension eligibility age to 70.
Associate Professor Cutcher, along with another researcher from Monash University, visited an unnamed London-based hedge fund and scrutinised the way in which its 20 male traders aged 30-62 were handling the process of getting older.
The Weekend Australian
Despite legislation outlawing age and gender related discrimination, a combination of ageism and sexism continues to present a formidable barrier to older women's career progression, argues Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher. Read more
Can't pay firms to hire old workers 18 Mar 2013
News Ltd papers have interviewed Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher about the minimal uptake of incentives to hire older workers by business
Older women must work harder for job 10 Mar 2013
The Sunday Telegraph
Dr Leanne Cutcher, University of Sydney Business School, on International Women's Day on the topic of ageism and sexism in the workplace.
ABC Radio Newcastle
ABC Radio Newcastle has interviewed Dr Leanne Cutcher, senior lecturer in Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School, regarding the Federal Government's proposal to offer $1,000 as a job bonus to an employer who takes on someone over 55 for a three month period.