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survey
07
Feb

WeAreTheCity launches Gender Networks survey results in partnership with EY

Gender Networks (formerly the Network of Networks) was founded in 2009 by Vanessa Vallely OBE, Managing Director of WeAreTheCity. The purpose of Gender Networks was to create a forum for internal women’s networks, chairs and co-chairs to share network best practice, seek opportunities to leverage ideas and share challenges. In 2017, Gender Networks became a...
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Precious
25
Jan

PRECIOUS partners with Santander to launch ground-breaking survey focused on women of colour in business

PRECIOUS, the leading network for women of colour, has partnered with Santander to launch a UK-wide survey to understand the challenges and opportunities faced by women of colour in business.    The survey will also explore the motivations for setting up a business as well as reveal some of the female founder stories of women...
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21
Jun

Change the conversation | Workplace attitudes towards menopause

While more and more is being done to combat menopause discrimination in the workplace, the fact remains that it still happens daily. Countless working women going through ‘the change’ are facing hideous attitudes at their job, suffering in silence while symptoms wreck havoc on their bodies and confidence. Is it any wonder women feel self-conscious...
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13
Apr

Four in ten working Brits wake in the night to check emails

Four in ten working Brits routinely wake up in the middle of the night to check emails, according to new research. A new study, conducted by British Summer Fruits, found that 34 per cent regularly tackle work issues in the dead of night, rather than leaving it until the morning. Nearly half of those polled...
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21
Feb

Business in the Community launches Race at Work survey for 2018

Business in the Community has launched an updated version of its 2015 Race at Work survey. Supported by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the survey will look at Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) employees’ experiences of race in the workplace. It is hoped that the survey will increase the understanding...
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16
Jan

More Brits than ever before want to be their own boss – with more women than men planning to be entrepreneurs

More Brits that ever before want to be their own boss, according to new research. The survey, conducted by cloud accounting software provider, FreeAgent, found that 11 per cent of Brits intend to start their own business within the year of 2018. With over 32 million people currently working in the UK, it means 3.5...
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20
Nov

Just six per cent of women feel positive about their periods

Just six per cent of women feel positive about their periods, according to new research. The research, conducted by Anglian Water and FabLittleBag, revealed a surprising range of attitudes and experiences about how women handle their periods. When asked how they felt about their periods, 61 per cent of those surveyed expressing negative feelings, with...
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LGBT
01
Nov

One in four say same-sex couples should be ‘charged as criminals’

More than one in four people believe those in LGBT relationships should be ‘charged as criminals’, a new study has revealed. The 2017 ILGA-RIWI Global Attitudes Survey questioned the viewpoints of over 100,000 people across 77 countries worldwide regarding sexual and gender minorities. In the UK, one in six (17 per cent) of those surveyed said...
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