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October 4, 2018
mind-the-gap-feature
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Oct

#EthnicityPayGap | Dianne Greyson

Article extract provided by Dianne Greyson In April 2018 I wrote an article about the Ethnicity Pay Gap. I wrote the article to raise awareness about the issue. It received great response and it made me realise more needed to be done. Whenever possible I shared my views on the subject using the hashtag that...
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Morgan Stanley featured
04
Oct

Return to Work | Morgan Stanley – Applications now closed

  In today’s world, successful careers are fluid and often do not follow a traditional path. Morgan Stanley see great potential in professionals who have taken a career break for two years or more and are now looking to re-engage and return to permanent employment. Morgan Stanley is more than a leading financial services firm....
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work life balance featured
04
Oct

Seven ways to get a better work-life balance | Infographic

The expectation for staff to stay at their desks after their working hours has increased significantly over the years, so its no surprise that there’s been a surge in mental health related problems in the workplace. With people working longer, stress and anxiety are becoming more prevalent work and related stress is costing Britain 10.4...
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shivi rajput featured
04
Oct

Rising Stars: What happened next for Shivi Rajput

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
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women networking featured
04
Oct

Why women prefer women-only networking groups

Ashleigh Auld is the Head of Channel Marketing at Starleaf and is working with the Women in AV as well as Diversity and Equality of Legal Technology and Security. Networking groups are a great way to meet new people, make new connections and generate new business however as a woman in business, I understand how...
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PRESS SHOT 1 Sarah Hale(1) featured
04
Oct

Inspirational Woman: Sarah Hale | Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to commemorate it, WeAreTheCity will be profiling a variety of different women who all carry the BRCA1 or 2 gene mutation. These mutations give the carrier a 75 per cent chance of developing breast or ovarian cancers. It is a hereditary gene, which can be passed down through...
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Kateryna Rozhkova featured
04
Oct

Inspirational Woman: Kateryna Rozhkova | First Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine

Kateryna Rozhkova is the First Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine. She has been working in Ukraine’s banking system since 1998. For more than 12 years, she held a variety of management positions in the private and public sector. These have included working as a deputy chair, board member, and advisor to the...
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job interview, recruitment, diversity featured
04
Oct

Diversity issues: Making sure your recruitment process is female friendly

By Zandra Moore, CEO of Panintelligence There’s a huge amount of female talent out there and if a business isn’t taking steps to address diversity issues in the workplace, including making its recruitment process more female friendly, then of course that business will be missing different perspectives and the potential that gender diversity unlocks. Businesses...
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