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February 19, 2018
women in STEM
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Feb

Women in STEM Day: Why we need more women in STEM

In 2015, the Select Committee on Digital Skills estimated that increasing the number of women working in ICT could generate an extra £2.6 billion each year. Fast forward one year, and 2016 was mixed according to The Wise Campaign. It reported an increase of 13,000 more women working in core STEM occupations, but that the...
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Feb

Spin for Smart Works

Spin for Smart Works is a seven day cycling challenge, ending on International Women’s Day, Thursday 8 March 2018.  This is pedalling with a purpose, celebrating and empowering women, whilst enjoying competitive fun with great prizes to be won. Spin for Smart Works is a great challenge. Teams of five are set a 500 mile...
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Jeanette Carlsson | CEO of newmedia2.0, Founder & Chair of Tech Nordic Advocates
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Feb

Inspirational Woman: Jeanette Carlsson | CEO of newmedia2.0, Founder & Chair of Tech Nordic Advocates

Tell us a bit about yourself, background and your current role I am Danish/Swedish by birth, born in Copenhagen to a Danish mum and Swedish father, married a brit and now a dual Danish/British citizen. Educated to degree level at the University of Copenhagen (BA Hons, first class, English Language, Literature and Social Sciences), then...
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Tui featured
19
Feb

Tui reports the largest gender pay gap to date

Travel group, Tui, formerly known as Thomson Airways, has reported the largest gender pay gap to date by a major UK company. According to its gender pay gap report, women at the group’s Tui Airways UK earn on average 56.9 per cent less in hourly pay than their male counterparts. The report also details that...
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Feb

How to make your business more supportive of neurodiversity

‘Neurodiversity’ is a modern term to refer to individuals who have neurological conditions such as dyslexia, autism, ADHD and dyspraxia. The term is now used to emphasise that these conditions create advantages, such as creativity, consistency and lateral thinking, as well as disadvantages. Research carried out by the CIPD has found that 72% of UK...
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capgemini featured
19
Feb

Tech Vacancy of the Week: Open Source Engineering Lead | Capgemini

Capgemini are at the forefront of the industry with the use of digital services underpinned by open source and cloud technologies. We have a remit to design and build some of the largest, most comprehensive and innovative digital solutions in the industry, rapidly enabling our Enterprise clients’ new business opportunities, digital transformation initiatives and making...
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19
Feb

Job of the Week: Senior Specialist, Regulatory Oversight Management | BNY Mellon

The Regulatory Oversight Management role is an additional position within the UK Sub-custodian Regulatory Oversight team with a local reporting line in the UK into the Head of Sub-custodian Regulatory Oversight. This team reports into the Manager of EMEA CSD & CSD Manager of UK Banking Legal Entities. The Regulatory Oversight Management role, as part...
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Feb

Employers ‘living in the dark ages’ when it comes to recruiting women

UK employers are ‘living in the dark ages’ when it comes to recruiting women, according to new research. Research conducted by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), found that many businesses’ attitudes are decades behind the law. The survey of 1,106 senior decision makers in business found that round a third of private sector...
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