GG wants female quotas on boards
Tony Wright | Sydney Morning Herald | March 8, 2011
THE [Australian] Governor-General, Quentin Bryce, has advocated the introduction of quotas to ensure more women are appointed as directors on company boards.
Update 10 March 2011:
Prime Minister Ju-Liar Gillard’s new gender biased affirmative action law requires that all businesses employing more than 100 people will be spot checked and forced to report on the number of women employed and face fines for non-compliance.
THE federal government says it won’t do business with companies not actively pushing gender
equality bias in the workplace.
The following comment was rejected by the Herald Sun’s Andrew Bolt Blog.
It’s either a fight for equal rights for all or it’s a fight for supremacy between gender, race and sexual preferences. If you choose to take the Politically Correct stance, you follow the way of affirmative action which is a social war of supremacy on behalf of and by the Politically Correct. As one of the Politically inCorrect, I know where I stand.
How about you Australia?
Cailen Cambeul of Adelaide, SA