Gender pay gap reporting is only one part of the puzzle, and more needs to be done to address wider issues such as gender discrimination in order to strengthen teams in the workplace.
Women In Business
Having touched on themes such as succession and skills, Jan Cavelle explains how issues with women amongst staff also pulled her business under the waves.
In the wake of International Women’s Day, which takes place annually on 8 March and calls for people globally to come together and promote a more inclusive world of gender equality, it seems timely to take a step back and remember that gender diversity in the workplace is far more than just a box-ticking exercise.
As the triggering of Article 50 gathers steam, Gina Miller told the First Women Summit that they must never be afraid to have ambition and display power.
A look at struggles of women in the UK when it comes to finding work, and what help is available, such as the mentoring opportunities.
Female entrepreneurs across the UK now have access to the support they need to achieve funding and growth in the business world, thanks to the launch of AllBright.
Kate Hulley, managing director of Boxed Up, a female-led packaging business, unveils exactly what it takes to excel in a male-dominated field.
In order to create a better work-life balance and generate more time to spend with family, 38 per cent of British millennial mothers have revealed they plan to start a business.
Running a business leaves very few options and means you’re very busy at the best of times, so having to deal with a newborn at the same time was definitely no stroll in the park.
An astonishing 52 per cent of women in the UK have been on the receiving end of sexual harassment at work, but it’s usually passed off as “banter”. Alarmingly, that figure climbs even further among young women as almost two-thirds have been on the receiving end of said banter.
Following the nation’s decision to leave the European Union, Conservative party leader and prime minister David Cameron announced his resignation, which has resulted in home secretary Theresa May named the replacement.
Now in its 12th year, the First Women Awards, co-founded by Real Business and the CBI, were held on 22 June in a glittering ceremony hosted by Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan at the Lancaster Hotel – and what a night it was!