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14 Apr 2021
Will the pandemic bring about a shift in perception of fathers accessing parental leave or is there a need for a more drastic approach?
12 Apr 2021
With concerns heightened around the safety of woman after the death of Sarah Everard, how can employers create safe spaces for women?
1 Apr 2021
In the second article in her two-part series, Dawn Wyvern looks at practical ways employers, with the help of occupational...
18 Mar 2021
Listed companies could be required to meet a board diversity target or face scrutiny under plans being considered by the Financial Conduct Authority.
17 Mar 2021
Around three in 10 firms that signed the Women in Finance Charter either missed their 2020 deadlines or are falling behind on their future targets.
8 Mar 2021
The average woman in her twenties will have to work almost 40 years longer than her male counterpart to build...
8 Mar 2021
A survey commissioned by Vodafone found 33% hid menopause symptoms from their employer and 43% felt too embarrassed to ask for support.
8 Mar 2021
A law firm is celebrating International Women’s Day with the appointment of its third female senior partner in a row....
5 Mar 2021
The process of gender transitioning is complex and not undertaken lightly. As Dawn Wyvern explains in the first of a...
1 Mar 2021
Average pay for female directors at FTSE 350 financial services firms is two-thirds lower than male director pay, analysis has found.
24 Feb 2021
The number of female directors in FTSE 100 companies has increased by 50% in the last five years, according to the Hampton-Alexander review.
23 Feb 2021
Enforcement of the Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations will not resume until October, the government’s equality watchdog has said.
22 Feb 2021
Research finds senior executive positions are being advertised using less inclusive language than junior roles, which could deter women from applying.
19 Feb 2021
There are now no all-male boards in FTSE 350 companies, according to campaign group the 30% Club.