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Why Women Entrepreneurs Have a Harder Time Finding Funding

Being part of an all-female team it never ceases to amaze me when I read headlines like these. Despite the Equal Pay Act 1970 and the...

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The Benefits of a Diverse Workforce

When reviewing hiring outcomes, diversity is a common bench marking tool. However, diversity should not be viewed simply as a tick box...

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Global Gender Pay Gap £12,600

Our first GWPR Global gender Pay Gap Survey has revealed a salary difference of £12,600 in the global PR industry. Men are also more than...

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Another 53 years to close the Gender Pay Gap?

The Accountancy firm Deloitte has carried out an interesting analysis of data from the Office of National Statistics which indicates...

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Sexualised sexism and the rise in mental health problems amongst teenage girls

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We are running an open Mental Health First Aid course in central London on 5 and 6 December 2016.  Mental health first aiders are a key...

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Wimmin - know your limits

BIC 'Pens for Her' (for us human beings with more delicate hands); pink and blue Kinder Eggs (because what little girls could possibly...

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I've been dwelling on this piece about 'living off £20 of food for a week' in the Standard for a couple of days. I can't make up my mind...

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Improving support for women with mental health needs. What can we learn from Surrey?

Agenda, an alliance of over 60 organisations for women at risk, submitted Freedom of Information requests to 57 Mental Health Trusts in...

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Pensions Under Attack

This report in today's Irish Independent highlights the real problem for many thousands of people whose pensions will be insufficient to...

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(Bangs head on desk in despair...)

I don't know why I'm surprised by the findings of the article below. I really shouldn't be as we all work in a culture that prizes the...

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Integration not assimilation

Sadiq Khan's comment on the importance of social integration rather than assimilation will resonate with everyone working in the field of...

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Is it time to go blind?

Many organisations have been on the 'diversity train' for a few years now with varying levels of success.

In the following article...

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Police move to recognise misogyny as hate crime is an important step

Really pleased to see that more Police forces are considering recognising misogyny as a hate crime, following Nottingham’s pioneering...

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Dear Sirs, and why gender issues are back on the agenda

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Gender EquITy: Why it matters

It's a pattern that I'm beginning to see emerge when recruiting for positions in the IT industry.

We can't underestimate the influence...

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Flexible working requests - don't forget about sex discrimination claims

When an employer wants to reject a request for flexible working, they often give a great deal of consideration to the reasons set out in...

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Homeless 16 and 17 year olds placed in unsuitable accommodation

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Archers verdict shines spotlight on domestic abuse

It has been a tense few months for listeners to BBC Radio 4's soap Archers, awaiting the verdict of the jury in Helen Titchener's trial,...

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Working girls...

Hooray for the working mum - we can finally feel a little bit vindicated by this latest study below from Harvard Business School.

Their...

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KPMG adapts its interview process to suit today's graduates: will everyone follow suit?

It's interesting to see that KPMG have made significant changes to their graduate recruitment process, in order to adapt to what...

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What does "buying in" to inclusion at work really mean?

I spend a great deal of my professional and personal life discussing diversity. Don't let that word turn you off! It's just a fancy way...

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Men's role in balancing workplaces

I've always enjoyed tough gigs and talking to the blokes in firms about how their firm's D&I strategy benefits the whole firm (and,...

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Niantic clamps down on Pokemon GO users with physical disabilities

I've seen a few tweets in the last week or so from users being banned by Niantic from using Pokemon Go. The reason? Due to their physical...

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The gender pay gap in law firms - is this a David v Goliath fight?

Reading about a lawyer suing her former firm for gender discrimination, I was struck by my initial reaction that this lady was mad, she...

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Did you know?.....Domestic Violence can lead to a Traumatic Brain Injury

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Migrant Stories

A game about being different in a different place.

By Neal Ryan Shaw (Author)

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Care home fees and joint property ownership

This useful article from The Guardian only gives a flavour of the complexities of the joint property ownership rules and entitlement to...

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