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PwC talk about closing the gender pay-gap


In the recent PwC economics podcast, Hannah Audino, an economist at PwC is joined by colleagues Jing Teow and Shivangi Jain to talk about gender equality. During the podcast, they speak about gender e...

Lloyd’s leads the way with women in c-suites


  Lloyd’s – one of the world’s foremost insurance brands is leading the way with their diversity and inclusion strategies. They are also one of the few insurance firms with a f...

Addressing gender bias in your organisation

In the past decade organisations have invested significant resources to try to address gender bias in senior management. But these efforts aren’t really working. Women accoun...

Girls as young as 6 believe men are smarter

A study published Thursday in the journal Science suggests that girls as young as 6 can be led to believe men are inherently smarter and more talented than women, making girls less motivated to pursue...

"Engineering and construction are jobs for boys" schoolgirls say!

Network Rail

More than a third (39%) of schoolgirls think certain jobs are more suited to boys, a survey by Network Rail has found. Of those, 58% said building and construction are male jobs, 39% said&...

Britain ranked 9th in the world for 'female economic power'

A new study, led by the University of Cambridge, is the first to take a global view of women on boards - and Britain has been found wanting. Claire Cohen reports Britain has ranked ninth in a landm...

Unconscious Gender Bias – Experience of Both Genders

A study by the Cook Ross Consultancy in the US in 2008, revealed that while less than 15% of American men are over 6ft tall (1.8m), almost 60% of corporate CEOs are over 6ft tall.  Furthermore, l...

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