Articles about 'women in the workplace'

What employers can do to keep mothers at work

It's time employers put these measures in place to retain mothers after they've given birth, writes Katie Dickerson

Guest Blogger // 28 August 2018

Categories: Blog

If FTSE companies won’t put women on boards, we will

We need to put pressure on big companies to put women on boards by literally showing them what it looks like, writes Sophie Becker

Guest Blogger // 10 July 2018

Categories: Blog

Trade unions are (still) fighting for women at work

Anything but old-fashioned, trade unions are at the forefront of the fight for women to be treated fairly at work, writes Marion Scovell

Guest Blogger // 24 March 2018

Categories: Blog

Annie, you’re an icon, but quotas don’t have to mean compromising on quality

Joanna Whitehead questions Annie Nightgale's recent assertion that gender quotas for women DJs are unnecessary

Joanna Whitehead // 26 September 2017

Categories: Blog

Egg freezing isn’t a perk; it’s a choice

British companies could offer female employees the option to freeze their eggs in order to focus on their careers. This is anything but liberating, writes Laura Cooke

Laura Cooke // 18 May 2017

Categories: Blog

Speaking out in the workplace

Rhianna Goozee is shocked that unchallenged harassment is still an issue for many women in their jobs

Rhianna Goozee // 10 March 2017

Categories: Features, Work and Play

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Musician Sula Mae encourages us all to support women in music this International Women’s Day

Sula Mae // 22 February 2017

Categories: Activism, Culture and Media

The Pensions gender gap – what’s being done about it?

Ryan Smith looks at the gap between men's and women's pensions, and asks what can be done to ensure greater equality in terms of financial security in retirement

Guest Blogger // 4 August 2015

Categories: Blog

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