Gender equity barriers in Australia need to be addressed in order to retain Australia’s top women scientists and innovators. This will also ensure Australia maintains high-quality and reputable research and development and gains social and economic returns spent in training women.
On International Women’s Day on March 8, The George Institute (TGI) for global health and George Clinical (GC) Australia launched new family-friendly policies to allow its staff, 73 percent of which are women, to work from home, support those who need to travel, provide childcare assistance and more. This aims to create better opportunities for them to stay and advance in the workforce.
GC has offices established across the Asia-Pacific, United States and Europe, GC. It strives to create a positive and comfortable work environment, build good relationships with line managers and provide constant motivation to succeed. All of these have contributed to the success of the organisation.
The George Institute for Global Health
TGI is a world-leading research and development organisation with high-impact projects across a broad health landscape. The Institute’s global headquarters is located in Sydney and has major regional centres in Australia, China, India and the U.K., from which operations across more than 50 countries are managed. From 2011-2015, TGI was ranked among the world’s top 10 research and development institutions for scientific impact.
GC is a leading clinical research organisation in the Asia-Pacific region. It has 200 staff in 11 countries. It provides a full range of management services to pharmaceutical and biotech customers for registration and post-marketing trials. Its parent organisation, TGI, is a leader in chronic disease research with a global network of experts. GC combines this scientific and clinical leadership from the Institute with world-class trial delivery.