According to publishing maven Ita Buttrose women should demand nannies and housekeepers as part of their salary package to keep their careers on track.
In an article for www.news.com.au She believes that if Australia adopted more of a nanny culture it would help women remain in work, further climb up that corporate ladder and score that chief exec role.
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What do you think?
We are talking high-level CEOs here: should they not be thwarted in their attempt to continue their careers, instead encouraged and assisted with packages that include hired help? Or should they abandon all ambitions and embrace motherhood wholeheartedly?
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