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Young Women’s Trust
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15
May

WeAreTheCity are proud to announce Young Women’s Trust as our charity partner for the 2019 Rising Star Awards

WeAreTheCity are proud to announce Young Women’s Trust as our charity partner for the 2019 Rising Star Awards. Young Women’s Trust supports and represents women aged 16-30 struggling to live on low or no pay in England and Wales and who are at risk of being trapped in poverty. Over one million young women across...
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27
Feb

07/03/19: International Women’s Day Debate – Gender Stereotypes in the Workplace

Join us for an exciting debate to celebrate International Women’s Day About this Event Celebrate International Women’s Day! ‘FLEXIBLE WORKING REINFORCES GENDER STEREOTYPES’ – a Debate – in aid of the Young Women’s Trust brought to you by Artemis Coaching. Are you interested in the 21st century workplace? The debate will discuss such questions as:...
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16
Jan

How bosses can help lonely employees

Leila Moss-Kelly, Corporate Communications Manager at Ben A new report by the Young Woman’s Trust reveals that young people feel lonelier than those in later life, with one in four 18-30 year olds saying they feel isolated. Moreover, one in eight people report they have no close friends, while one in five feel lonely all...
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10
Nov

Equal Pay Day | Dr Carole Easton OBE, Chief Executive of Young Women’s Trust

Equal Pay Day marks the day on which, effectively, women start working for free. It reflects that a significant gender pay gap (GPG) continues to exist in the UK with women earning, on average, 14 per cent less than men. For women of colour the figure can be much worse, being 26 per cent for...
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04
Apr

Inspirational Woman: Dr Carole Easton OBE | Chief Executive of Young Women’s Trust

Tell us a bit about yourself, background and your current role I am currently Chief Executive of Young Women’s Trust, which is a charity that supports and represents disadvantaged young women. Most people don’t realise that over one million women aged 16-30  in the UK are facing a lifetime of poverty, that over 25 per...
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04
Sep

One in eight large employers admit workplace sexual harassment goes unreported

One in eight large employers have admitted that workplace sexual harassment goes unreported, according to new research. According to a YouGov survey for Young Women’s Trust, sexual harassment in the workplace largely goes unreported. While 80 per cent of large employers admit that harassment goes unreported, a further ten per cent saying they are also...
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14
Mar

Women missing out on apprenticeship opportunities, says new report

Young women are missing out on apprenticeship opportunities and will continue to do so unless action is taken, claims Young Women’s Trust. To mark National Apprenticeship Week, the charity are calling on more to be done to encourage girls and young women to consider and enrol in apprenticeships. A report, entitled Making Apprenticeships Work for...
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