Is three of the BBC’s top earners being women a PR stunt or a genuine progression of gender equality?
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The technology sector in the UK is growing rapidly but just how many women are in this sector valued at £184 billion.
The menopause has long been seen as one of those areas that are not to be talked about in the workplace. Nicola Jagielski advises on how this can be done successfully.
Find out the top five behaviours that people leaders demonstrate to champion female talent.
Big changes can take place sooner than you think.
To mark International Womens’ Day we take a look at the stats.
The results are disheartening.
We find out about the least miserable and most happy workers in the UK
New research shows that the UK tech industry still has some way to go to address its workforce’s gender imbalance.
UK professional women set the standard of a healthy work-life balance embracing today’s flexible working culture
Working women organise their time, tasks and diaries more efficiently, meaning they minimise the likelihood of their colleagues interrupting valuable time out
A new review based on women in senior leadership has been unveiled by the government today, revealing that the proportion of board appointments in the UK going to women has slumped to its lowest level in five years.
Brexit risks “turning the clock black decades” on women’s rights, according to a new report published by the TUC.
Over 50 percent of UK graduates are women, professional services firms report that over 50 percent of their new graduate hires are women, and over 50 percent of our GPs are women. The world of work is no longer a man’s world. However, organisations haven’t changed; they are still largely designed for men. Their systems,…
According to research conducted by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, 11 percent of women interviewed who were either pregnant or a new mum reported having been dismissed, made compulsorily redundant or treated so poorly they left their position.
A survey of 3,200 women, by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, found that 11 percent of the women interviewed had been dismissed, made compulsorily redundant, or left their jobs as a result of being treated poorly.