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  • The one word women shouldn’t say

    15 November 2018

    Image Thousands of Google employees worldwide walk off the job. 0:56 Google Employees left their workplaces at 11:10AM to protest the company’s handling of sexual harassment and aim to address the fact that women make up roughly 31% of the workforce November 1st 2018 /display/newscorpaustralia.com/Web/NewsNetwork/Technology - syndicated/ Saying sorry won’t help women break the glass ceiling, neuroleadership expert says.

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    Read the full article at News.com.au
  • Pale, male, and stale: are men really suffering from workplace discrimination?

    15 November 2018

    A re men now under threat in the workplace? If you were to listen this week to a group of advertising executives at J Walter Thompson, you might believe so. The men claim they were made redundant for being “white, male, straight, and British”, and are said to have approached lawyers about the possibility of bringing a discrimination case against the company.

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    Read the full article at The Telegraph
  • 3 Things That Women Say Yes to that Undermine their Impact at Work

    15 November 2018

    3 Things That Women Say Yes to that Undermine their Impact at Work "I'll do it" may be costing you your career @deborahgriegel CREDIT: Shutterstock Most of us hope that our colleagues and bosses see us as helpful. Helping in the workplace has been recognized as an important and desirable organizational behavior for decades. from both an interpersonal relationship perspective as well as a business productivity perspective.

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    Read the full article at inc.com
  • Take note of Ada Lovelace and the gender leadership gap

    15 November 2018

    Who was Ada Lovelace? She could soon be the face of the Bank of England’s new £50 note. Lovelace – the world’s first computer programmer and collaborator with the celebrated inventor Charles Babbage – is just one of the many women who have historically been under-recognised for their great achievements. The British public is keenly engaged with the debate on who should appear on our banknotes.

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    Read the full article at City A.M.
  • All-Male Boards at Top U.K. Firms Come Closer to Extinction

    15 November 2018

    (Bloomberg) -- All-male boards at the U.K.’s biggest companies are nearing extinction, a sign that government efforts to increase gender parity are paying off. Just five companies in the FTSE 350 Index have no women at the top table, down from eight in 2017, according to data from the annual Hampton-Alexander Review that will be released in full Tuesday. The number has fallen dramatically since 2011 when 152 boards were men-only.

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