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September 21, 2016
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Sep

Women feel pressured to dress ‘sexier’ and wear more make-up at work

Women increasingly feel pressurised to dress ‘sexier’ and wear more make-up at work, according to findings from a recent survey. The survey, conducted by Slater and Gordon Lawyers, found that employers regularly tell women to put on more make-up, wear high heels and short skirts. The research revealed that one in five women said they...
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Sep

GlaxoSmithKline appoint Emma Walmsley as CEO; the seventh female in the FTSE 100

Pharmaceutical and healthcare company, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has announced that it is appointing Emma Walmsley as their new Chief Executive. Walmsley, who is due to replace Sir Andrew Witty, will become the seventh female CEO within the FTSE 100. She joins Moya Greene at Royal Mail; Alison Cooper at Imperial Brands; Alison Brittain at Whitbread; Liv...
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21
Sep

Vision, strategy and clarity – finding success in any industry

Maintaining and projecting a clear vision This time of year is often associated with post summer reflections, career considerations at the start of a new academic year and businesses moving into the last throes of the calendar year when budget and staffing decisions need to be made. It’s a good time to take stock and...
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Sep

Universities across the globe join UN Women to tackle gender inequality

Universities around the world have joined forces with UN Women to tackle gender inequality. Announced on the second anniversary of the UN Women’s HeForShe movement, ten universities have pledged to be committed to achieving gender equality and ending violence on campus. The universities include two from the UK; University of Oxford and Unversity of Leicester...
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21
Sep

British diversity celebrated and honoured at UK’s largest diversity awards

The best of British diversity was celebrated and honoured at The National Diversity Awards, the UK’s largest diversity awards. Role models and charities across Britain joined to celebrate at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, where the most inspirational people were rewarded for their fight against inequality. The awards were hosted by actor and comedian Richard Blackwood and...
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