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Outdated work cultures and gender-based discrimination are stymying workplace progression for female accountants, despite the fact they now make up half of the industry’s qualified practitioners.
New research conducted by the University of New England (UNE) has indicated that female practitioners, particularly within regional accounting firms, still feel overwhelming levels of inequality in the workplace when it came to pay, promotions and flexibility.
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