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Negotiation tips for women in the workplace

Half of the battle of negotiations comes down to how confident you are or are perceived to be. If you are confident, self-assured, and even bold, you can elevate your position simply by how you present yourself. This goes for both verbal and non-verbal cues – so you need to look, speak, and behavior confidently.

Article by: Rhonda Moret | Published: 7 September 2019

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Negotiating techniques for women tackling the gender gap

There are many reasons to feel uncomfortable about negotiating a pay rise. But, perhaps the most important one is that employees often lack information: we don’t know how much we are worth, how much others are paid and how much employers are willing to pay.

Article by: Rachel Massey | Published: 1 July 2019

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Working Women Not Treated as Equals of Their Male Colleagues

Less than half of working women feel that they are treated the same way as their male colleagues in similar roles.  Only 34 percent agree that their employer cares about them and understands the specific issues that women face in the workplace.

Article by: Sarah Aubrey | Published: 21 April 2019

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Gender parity: A driver for manufacturing success 

This is a surprising figure, especially given the increasing prominence of gender equality on the world stage, but it’s why ADM is particularly proud to be among the first 100 companies globally to announce its commitment to Paradigm for Parity®

Article by: Mayka van Acht | Published: 15 April 2019

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Why working women are more stressed than men

Nearly half (44 percent) believe senior management lack commitment to providing workplace wellness support. Given the high levels of stress amongst working women and an appetite for tailored wellness programmes, the health service provider is calling for employers to take note. 

Article by: Phil Austin | Published: 26 March 2019

 Job ads show sexism still prevalent in most industries

Since 2014, job ads in the UK have seen the usage of masculine-coded words drop by 10 percent, from 27 percent to 17 percent more male-to-female words. The decline has been consistent since 2015, with it falling by 13 percent in the last four years. 

Article by: Andrew Hunter | Published: 22 February 2019

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Do employers understand gender dysphoria?

Historically, corporate private healthcare commonly excluded any treatment required for gender incongruence or gender dysphoria. However, this is changing, as progressive organisations, such as Facebook foster a culture of inclusion when it comes to gender identity.

Article by: Keira Wallis | Published: 20 February 2019

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The astonishing cost of gender bias

Investors to step out of their comfort zone and reap the benefits of increased investment in women. The report, published by The UK VC & Female Founders for the Treasury, found that, by comparison, all-male founder teams are given 89p and mixed-gender teams collect the remaining 10p.

Article by: Juliet Eccleston | Published: 11 February 2019

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Supporting women to find their voices and be heard

Barriers in the workplace still exist for many business women. We recently conducted research into the views and experiences of business people across the UK and discovered revealing insights around how women feel they are perceived compared to their male colleagues.

Article by: Alison Sutherland | Published: 22 December 2018

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The impacts of wage transparency

New research shows that the much-discussed measure of requiring firms to disclose gender segregated wage-statistics to clarify differences in women´s and men´s wages reduces the pay gap by 7 percent. An important step in the right direction and knowledge that can boost the ambition to ensure women the same pay for same work, researchers say.

Article by: Morten Bennedsen | Published: 10 December 2018