Description

There’s a skills shortage in manual trades and female workers could be the key to fixing this issue. However, a recent study by Charles Sturt University has identified many barriers that lie in the way of women wanting to pursue trade. In such a male dominated industry, these barriers are a problem. We were joined by Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management from Charles Sturt University, Dr Larissa Bamberry to talk more about this.

Period11 Sep 2019

Media contributions

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Media contributions

  • TitleWe need more women in trades
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outlet2SER
    Media typeRadio
    CountryAustralia
    Date11/09/19
    DescriptionThere’s a skills shortage in manual trades and female workers could be the key to fixing this issue. However, a recent study by Charles Sturt University has identified many barriers that lie in the way of women wanting to pursue trade. In such a male dominated industry, these barriers are a problem. We were joined by Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management from Charles Sturt University, Dr Larissa Bamberry to talk more about this.
    Producer/AuthorSarah Mendoza
    URLhttps://2ser.com/we-need-more-women-in-trade/
    PersonsLarissa Bamberry, Donna Bridges, Branka Krivokapic-Skoko, Stacey Jenkins, Elizabeth Wulff

Keywords

  • manual trades
  • skill shortages
  • women in trades
  • workforce