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Appendices The survey responses suggest that the following differences may be to the disadvantage of men: Participation

Respect and fairness

Success in applying for advertised position (53) Options to negotiate terms and conditions at internal appointment (55) Part-time staff Receiving the same range of benefits as full-time staff (71) Options for part-time staff to work full-time (73). Handling of complaints in relation to bullying, and sexual and other forms of harassment.

The survey responses where there are differences in respondent experiences but possible disadvantage is not clear: Participation

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A far higher proportion of women than men seeking to negotiate an interim flexible work arrangement when returning from parental leave (84) A higher proportion of women than men seeking flexible work arrangements (75).

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Massey PaEE Review Final Report  

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