are female CEO’s in Australia not being treated fairly?

Posted under Female CEO by Marcus Pottea on June 28th, 2012 11:15 pm

or is this just BS?

http://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/ceos-say-no-to-women-in-senior-positions.html

"The study conducted by Dun and Bradstreet and support group Chief Executive Women reveals more than two-thirds of CEOs are keeping women out of the C-level suite, saying they have no plans to ensure that females be included in any short list to fill senior management positions."

Why should a CEO ensure that a woman is on the short list to promotion? Wouldn’t that be called "stacking the deck" or "old boys network".

Women should have to earn it just like everyone else. Being guaranteed a position because you are female is in fact SEXIST.

"The survey saw an overwhelming 68 per cent of respondents voting against female candidates filling out senior management positions over the next six months."

So. I guarantee you that 100% of respondents voted against male candidates. It’s a none statement design to create the impression of unfairness where there is none.

"More needs to be done to support small and medium sized businesses increase female participation in management,"

And what does that mean? It means that we should be giving tax incentives to companies that hire females as CEO’s. Instead of making women earn it like everyone else we should once again give them preferential treatment.

All this article proves is that women can’t hack it in the real world without special rights and privileges.

Ever since women have left the kitchen they’ve been demanding that men and government recreate the kitchen in the real world–no risk, no danger, easy hours, enjoyable job, and she’s the boss because no one is allowed to compete.

F’ing pathetic.

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2 Responses to “are female CEO’s in Australia not being treated fairly?”

  1. I can’t even begin to grasp the ridiculousness of that sentence. No, rich people are doing fine. Carry on.
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  2. "The study conducted by Dun and Bradstreet and support group Chief Executive Women reveals more than two-thirds of CEOs are keeping women out of the C-level suite, saying they have no plans to ensure that females be included in any short list to fill senior management positions."

    Why should a CEO ensure that a woman is on the short list to promotion? Wouldn’t that be called "stacking the deck" or "old boys network".

    Women should have to earn it just like everyone else. Being guaranteed a position because you are female is in fact SEXIST.

    "The survey saw an overwhelming 68 per cent of respondents voting against female candidates filling out senior management positions over the next six months."

    So. I guarantee you that 100% of respondents voted against male candidates. It’s a none statement design to create the impression of unfairness where there is none.

    "More needs to be done to support small and medium sized businesses increase female participation in management,"

    And what does that mean? It means that we should be giving tax incentives to companies that hire females as CEO’s. Instead of making women earn it like everyone else we should once again give them preferential treatment.

    All this article proves is that women can’t hack it in the real world without special rights and privileges.

    Ever since women have left the kitchen they’ve been demanding that men and government recreate the kitchen in the real world–no risk, no danger, easy hours, enjoyable job, and she’s the boss because no one is allowed to compete.

    F’ing pathetic.
    References :

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