A new report on FTSE 100 leadership reveals a steady growth towards gender equality at board level, but when it comes to CEO roles, women remain far behind men.
Following International Women’s Day, we look at three major issues women have to deal with in the office environment.
As UK’s leading businesswomen launch a campaign to end the gender employment gap, its time to face up to the inequality present in British offices today.
Insurance companies dominate the City of London skyline, but what do they have in common” For starters, they share a culture of female-targeted sexual harassment and Lloyd’s of London isn’t the only major firm playing host.
Women are leading the way in turning the side hustle into the future of work, earning and learning while they grow.
Cranfield Management School study into women on boards and in executive positions in the FTSE 100 highlights some worrying trends.
Ensuring a truly equal future for women has risen up the agenda of global challenges. Women have been succeeding in spotlighting the issues and arguing for their rights. However, at the same time, indicators suggest the actual gap is growing globally.
On International Women’s Day 2018, serial entrepreneur Jan Cavelle reflects on how to change the in-balance that stops women from accessing venture capital and angel investment.
Nigel Dessau, CMO of Stratus Technologies, reflects on how increasing diversity is not only the right thing to do, but how it will also improve your workforce.
Women earn more pay than men in their 20s but soon fall far behind in their 30s as they miss out on senior positions.
Despite the improving economy, it’s still difficult for young people to find a job – the current unemployment rate for those aged 16-24 is at 16.2 per cent. With a glass ceiling still hanging over UK's young females, we rounded up the four most inspiring entrepreneurs who are still under the age of 25.