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Gender equality at work: research on the barriers to women’s progression
Sunday Dread: just how big a problem is work anxiety?
Current news | Our YouGov Survey Results are clear - Flexible Working WORKS
Source: Family Friendly Working Scotland
DiverCity Podcast: Looking back at legislative change and facing forward into the digital universe.
Source: DiverCity® Podcast
Women in the Workplace 2019
Source: McKinsey & Company
The CS Gender 3000 report 2019. Diversity and company performance.
Source: Credit Suisse
Help and support for returning to work
Moving Towards Gender Balance in Private Equity
The research highlights the power of Limited Partners (LPs) to facilitate change by:
(i) challenging their General Partners (GPs) on the lack of diversity, both in portfolio companies and within GP funds
(ii) setting targets and investment goals related to the diversity of investments.
Source: IFC - International Finance Corporation, Oliver Wyman and The Rock Creek Group
Addressing barriers to Diversity in portfolio management: Performance continuity and turnover | Diversity Project
Source: Diversity Project
Time to get serious: If diversity is a business imperative, treat it like one | Diversity Project
Source: PwC / Diversity Project
The Alison Rose Review of Female Entrepreneurship
Women Collaborating WIth Men: Everyday Workplace Inclusion
This report provides practical pointers for action from leaders, people managers and individuals at all levels, to build inclusive cultures, circumvent unintentional gender bias and promote equality of opportunity.
Source: Murray Edwards College