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Women of Influence award a reminder of issues Australian women still face at work

ACTU President Ged Kearney has been announced as a winner in The Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards for 2014.

Ms Kearney has been recognised in the public policy category for her contribution to workplace relations and her relentless campaigning for social justice and workers’ rights.

“The awards give us a chance to get people talking about the issues Australian women face at work and the action required to stop discrimination and close the gender pay gap,” Ms Kearney said.

“As a 2014 Australian Woman of Influence, I am urging the Abbott Government to stop its attack on the living standards of all Australians with its cruel budget measures and new laws such as the Fair Work Amendment Bill that will strip away the rights and conditions of Australian workers,” said Ms Kearney

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