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November 2, 2017
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Nov

Millennial men could help equality in the workplace

Millennial men could help with equality in the workplace, according to a new study. The study, How Millennial Men Can Help Break the Glass Ceiling, conducted by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), found that younger men are far more progressive than older men about gender issues. The research found that millennial men are an untapped...
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02
Nov

Global gender gap will take 100 years to close at the current rate of progress

The global gender gap will take 100 years to close at the current rate of progress, according to the World Economic Forum. A new report, entitled Global Gender Gap Report 2017, has found that the global gender pay gap will take a century to close, compared to 83 last year. The report also estimates that...
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02
Nov

Sleek MakeUP tackle makeup shaming as 75 per cent of people think women look better with no or less makeup

Cosmetic company, Sleek MakeUP have launched a campaign to tackle makeup shaming, as it is revealed 75 per cent of people think women look better with no or less makeup. The campaign, My face. My rules. has been created to positively recognise and stand up for everyone’s right to define their individual beauty, without boundaries....
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02
Nov

Egyptian lawyer says men have “patriotic duty” to rape women who wear ripped jeans

An Egyptian lawyer has come under fire for suggesting that men have a ‘patriotic duty’ to rape women who wear ripped jeans. Nabih al-Wahsh is a well-known conservative commentator in Egypt, who appeared on current affairs talk show the Infrad Show to discuss a proposed new law on prostitution. The Independent reports that al-Wahsh asked...
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02
Nov

Third of employees regularly miss social events due to work, study reveals

New research has revealed that over one third of UK employees miss out on at least 26 social events every year. CABA has revealed that British employees miss out on roughly 26 weddings, birthdays, date nights and gym classes every year due to work. The data highlights concerns that a ‘work-life’ balance is near impossible...
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