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SEES Te Kura Aronukurangi Virtual Seminar Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Simon Kingham
08:17
Ann - I think you are muted
Lindsey Conrow
08:30
ann if you're still setting up you can swap the display screen to not be presenter notes
Simon Kingham
10:57
I can't hear anything. is it just me?
Timothy Stahl
11:01
No sound for the zoomers.
Paula
11:02
I cN'
Lindsey Conrow
11:15
yeah I can't either
Simon Kingham
11:17
Phew. Not just me
Lindsey Conrow
12:01
wooooo!!
Matthew Prebble
21:37
trying
Matthew Prebble
23:41
is that better?
Jasmine White
49:22
Would the lack of promotions for women be consequently due to the time off for child bearing reasons? In comparison to men?
Jasmine White
51:38
If women are less likely to apply for promotions, then could this correspond to the younger age than the men?
Jasmine White
54:57
If women score in the A grades could their lower rank be potentially caused by the higher quantity of older males for the same promotion?
Lindsey Conrow
57:34
Thanks Ann this is great - What additional data/measures/variables would be on your ultimate wish list to take a deeper dive into the patterns? Are there feasible mechanisms to get those data?
Jasmine White
59:52
If yoy look at the larger amount of men getting A grades then women, does this correspond to the higher promotions men are receiving, if this gap is to be due to hiring?