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18
Jun

Companies are failing to prioritise health and wellbeing

Companies are failing to prioritise health and wellbeing, according to new research. The research, conducted by AXA PPP healthcare, found that UK small businesses are struggling to respond to health and wellbeing needs of employees amid high stress and anxiety. Small businesses employ more than 16 million people and make up half of the UK’s...
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Pension Policy Institute
17
Jun

The gender pensions gap – can it be closed? | Pensions Policy Institute

Women in their late 50s currently have around 50 per cent less pension savings than men. As a result of the gender savings gap, women will experience lower standards of living in retirement than men. While some changes in working and saving behaviour are likely to reduce the gap in the future, there are poten...
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13
Jun

Women Entrepreneur Barometer | Veuve Clicquot

For the first time, Maison Veuve Clicquot unveils an international barometer that maps out the current state of female entrepreneurship: common prejudices, mental and structural barriers to be overcome, and how to get beyond them. In France, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Japan and Hong Kong, 80 per cent of female entrepreneurs believe that in...
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13
Jun

64 per cent of women feel inspired by female entrepreneurs, but only one in four can name a successful one

64 per cent of women feel inspired by female entrepreneurs, but only one in four can name a successful one, according to a new report. For the first time, Maison Veuve Clicquot unveils an international barometer that maps out the current state of female entrepreneurship: common prejudices, mental and structural barriers to be overcome, and...
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20
May

Millennials in the workplace | Careercake

Careercake surveyed Millennial learners to understand what they’d like from their employers in order to help them to be happy, productive workers. They asked them what they find a struggle and where they feel their employers could engage with them more, particularly when it comes to learning and development. Millennials are the people in your...
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20
May

49 per cent of millennials struggle with imposter syndrome at work

Nearly half of millennials struggle with imposter syndrome at work, according to a new survey. The research, conducted by online careers platform, Careercake, found that 49 per cent of those surveyed said their biggest worry at work was ‘not being “good enough” or being found out that you don’t have the ability to perform your...
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13
Feb

UK workplace culture stalls women’s careers say three in four women and two in five men

Everyday examples of unintentionally gender biased behaviour in the workplace are stalling women’s careers, according to a year-long study released today by Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge. Involving 5,814 UK employees, this research sheds new light on the implications of the way people tend to think about the strengths, attributes and potential of men and women....
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29
Nov

Men sometimes confuse sexual interest and consent, study finds

A new study has found that some men confuse sexual interest with consent, and some assume that previously having sex with a woman implies consent ever after.  Published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, researchers at Binghamton University and Rush University in Chicago, conducted a study to determine factors that could predict the likelihood of...
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