International Women’s Day

Alexander Mann Solutions forms new partnership to drive workplace gender equality

Global talent acquisition and management specialist seeks gender equality in the workplace for girls from the least advantaged communities.

Equal opportunity for female entrepreneurs could still be a decade away

The stark lack of gender diversity across the entrepreneurial landscape simply cannot be ignored, says EY Entrepreneur Of The Year leader.

Europe’s working women are the least engaged in the world

More working women than men are aware of career opportunities in their company, yet organisations are failing to engage women.

Women in the workplace – the work that still needs to be done

While women continue to drive change in the working world, from flexible working to tackling the gender pay gap, much remains to be done.

Visa champions a new decade for women’s empowerment

In advance of International Women’s Day, Visa unveils grant programmes with Hand in Hand International and IFundWomen.

Board-level hypocrisy benefits no-one says Talking Talent

Talking Talent calls on business leaders to stop being hypocritical and start driving female-centric coaching initiatives.

#BiasCorrect returns in support of International Women’s Day

Catalyst’s 2020 #BiasCorrect campaign engages men and offers multiple languages in Slack plugin and other tools.

Positive action to promote equality in the workplace

Positive action is an important tool in dismantling gender barriers in employment. It is also an underused enabler of widespread equality.

Darktrace CEO, Poppy Gustafsson on achieving #BalanceforBetter

Helen Wollaston, CEO of WISE, sat down with Poppy Gustafsson, Darktrace CEO, to get her insights on diversity in the tech industry.

Paysafe female leaders: stand out, be tenacious and go for what you want

Paysafe’s female leaders around the world have earned high recognition for their inspiring leadership and focus on diversity and inclusion.