Creating a great working environment for its people through Active Inclusion is important now more than ever, as Capgemini continues to expand rapidly through acquisitions.
Simmons & Simmons has a target for women to account for 30 per cent of internal managing associates and partner promotions each year, so here’s how.
The strategic intent behind the EDF Energy diversity drive, aside from fostering innovation and reflecting customers, is to buttress investment in projects like building Hinkley Point C.
Fishing for female talent in a male-dominated pond when competing against private sector rivals is hard work, but London and Quadrant is making progress.
Catherine Stott, external financial mind coach to ActivTrades, unveils the difference between the two sexes when faced with pressures cast up by changing markets and why it’s a sound business case for having more women in the financial industry.
In 2015, United Nations representatives developed the UN’s sustainable development goals, 17 aspirational goals for humanity to achieve by 2030. Among them is goal five achieving gender parity and empowering women.
It’s the time of year to recognise those inspiring females who will join an alumni of game-changers the race is on for the 2017 First Women Awards. But as always, we need your help uncovering the latest crop.
In her first statement as prime minister Theresa May said of the “underdog”: “I know you’re working around the clock, I know you’re doing your best and I know that sometimes life can be a struggle. She was not talking about entrepreneurs, but it describes their lives perfectly.
There is one final opportunity for nominations to be made ahead of the 2016 First Women Awards, a decade-old initiative which has shed a light on ladies who have gone on to become gamechangers in their respective fields.
Nicola Green, head of direct sales for SMC at Bupa, sits down with Real Business to give her thoughts on the best approach for women wanting to set up a businesses by themselves and why Bupa has become involved with the First Women Awards.
Kate Lester, CEO and founder of Diamond Logistics, is a businesswoman on a mission to revolutionise the UK logistics industry, we found out in the aftermath of our First Women Awards recognition.
Despite being the only FTSE 350 company with females holding the most senior executive positions, outsourcing and energy services company Mitie is not content with that statistic and is breaking new ground in promoting and developing a talented female workforce.