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.
As we look for the company best creating a dedicated force to support women in business, Deloitte explains its unique approach to the constant challenge.
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.
For its global workforce IBM wants an environment offering financial security, the prospect of development and advancement – all backed up by inclusion.
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.
Both internally and externally, KPMG is taking action to level the playing field and get more women working in the tech sector.
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.
Pip Murray, founder of Pip & Nut, is one of those exceptional individuals that followed her eureka moment and garnered success. A talk with her unveiled what inspired her to start the firm and how she hopes to inspire others in turn.