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Smart Works guides UK women into the workplace - news

By Sangeeta Waldron — Leading up to International Women’s Day, I spoke with Jane Shepherdson (JS), MBE, a leading figure in fashion retail, former CEO of Whistles and prior to that,...

Women's Equality Day: interview with Shelley Zalis - news

Interview by Sangeeta Haindl   Equality in the workplace and gender pay is a stubborn issue, one which hit the UK headlines on 23 August, when research from the Institute of Fiscal...

Federation of small businesses exposes untapped potential of women enterprises for UK economy - news

By Sangeeta Haindl — What would you say, if you knew that only one in five U.K. small businesses are majority-woman owned and yet contribute over £75 billion to the...

UK to press ahead with gender pay gap disclosure legislation - news

The British government is to press ahead with plans to force large firms to disclose data on the gender pay gap among its workforce. Writing in The Times newspaper ahead of a speech to...

Walmart in push for women-owned businesses - news

Last month Walmart shoppers started to see a new logo featured on retail packaging of products from women-owned businesses, available both in-store and online. As part of its overall...

Hyatt bolsters partnership with Women for Women International - news

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has initiated a four-year, one million dollar partnership with Women for Women International, a global development organization that offers education, training and...

Women still struggling in labour market in Asia Pacific, says OECD - news

Gains in education have helped narrow the gender gap in the labour market in Asia Pacific but many challenges remain, according to a new OECD report. Society at a Glance: Asia Pacific...

British business continues to fail women in the workplace - news

Over 40% of women say their gender has hindered their career… or will, finds a new survey from coaching consultancy Talking Talent. The research, conducted among over a thousand...

Companies in Middle East can no longer turn blind eye on human rights - news

Companies operating across the Middle East must uphold human rights according to a new report by an international human rights organisation. The new report, released in Arabic, English and...

Japanese companies to ramp up publication of data on female promotion - news

Today, more than 25 years since Japan enacted its Equal Opportunity Law in 1986, women hold only 11% of managerial positions in the Japanese business world, according to the 2013 government...

Cracking the glass ceiling in the boardroom - news

Currently, women in Europe have to work 59 extra days to get to the same salary as their male counterparts, but the ‘Proposal on increasing Gender Equality in the Boardrooms of Listed...

ANZ is best for women – again - news

ANZ has been named as the employer of choice for women for the sixth consecutive year. The bank, which was awarded the title by the Australian government’s Equal Opportunity for Women...

Gulf companies search for Arab strain of CSR - news

Companies in the Arab world are preparing to embrace CSR – but on their own terms. About half a dozen large businesses have agreed to become founding members...

Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency - companies

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