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As you conduct your daily business, your thinking is likely limited to the boundaries of your current workspace - the immediate priorities on your boss’s workload, the emails at the top of your inbox,
work-life balance
Work-life balance is a topic often discussed but seldom achieved – that’s if a study by the American Sociological Review is anything to go by, which finds that as many as 70% of adults are struggling
The 26th September 2016 marked the beginning of the annual National Inclusion Week, a UK-run event with global reach.
Every woman’s experience of returning to work after having a baby is unique to her. But there’s no doubt that social norms, parental leave laws and the attitudes of employers play a role too.
The My Working Life series visits Johannesburg, where we learn about the career trajectory of everywomanNetwork member Lucia Hlongwane, just a few months into her tenure as EY’s Africa Tax Leader. A...
Ever since the Virgin boss penned an open letter to the younger Richard Branson as part of LinkedIn’s ‘If I were 22’ campaign, countless more influencers have been sharing the advice they’d give their
“Hillary Clinton plays to her strengths” rang the headlines, the morning after a televised debate between US presidential candidates.
With a looming skills shortage in the STEM industries, the race is on for young Emirati females to study science, maths, engineering and technology at the educational institutions now open to women.
For our very first everywomanWorld of 2016, we explore the breaking stories so far this year about women’s advancements all over the world.
We're crossing borders to look at the progress of women in technology in this month’s tech-themed edition of everywomanWorld – our monthly digest of news across the globe.
We head to the Pune area of India, which is home to Communications Specialist Reena Mathew - and uncover a day in the life for her.
As the everywoman World Series pulls up in Phoenix, Arizona, discover how Kimberly developed into a leader and why she’s drawn to helping others as they progress through their own careers.
Facebook, the world’s largest social network, doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to diversity. 32% of its workforce is female and in technology roles it drops to a worrying 16%.
“Busy” is one word you might use to describe the unstoppable force that is Lindiwe Sibidi. Join us as we take a look at her working life.
All the latest news and views affecting women in business around the world.
86% of us want it, 59% of organisations have it, 75% of employees say it boosts job satisfaction and 54% are more productive as a result.
Read our quick-fire digest of global news from women in business around the world.
Discover the latest advancements for women in business around the world in the May instalment of our everywomanWorld series. UK: FEW TO TAKE UP SHARED PARENTAL LEAVE Shared parental leave has the...
The everywomanWorld series goes transatlantic as we catch up with Brazil-born, California-based attorney Flavia Naves, fresh from a trip to payments giant Worldpay’s London head office. In the...
The everywomanWorld series goes intercontinental, catching up with Damascus-born Malak Mousleh, as the Global Account Manager for Roche at EMC Computer Systems AG touches down in Zurich, fresh from a...
Our monthly digest of news stories around the world showcasing the advancement of women in business. CAMEROON: GIRLS HELP RECOVER WEST AFRICA’S ILLITERACY RATES As more girls are enrolling at school...
The everywomanWorld series catches up with Change Manager Saraswathi Hariharasubramanian (she goes by Saraswathi H for an easier life!), as the Royal Bank Of Scotland’s India office makes its annual...
The everywomanWorld series catches up with Financial Controller Enid Katorobo as she prepares to leave her current role – and her home country – to head up change in the financial control division of...
Our monthly digest of news stories around the world showcasing the advancement of women in business. INDIA: SCHEME TO UNLOCK FEMALE POTENTIAL WORTH $900 BILLION Studies show that in India, if women...
The everywomanWorld series hops onto the island of Mauritius, where we chatted with Electrical Engineer, Nawsheen Duffaydar, 28, about her working life at Arup SIGMA, the global consultancy of...
The biggest stories on women in business from around the world, rounded up in one handy digest... ITALY: It’s not renowned for its dedication to its female workers, but change is afoot in the country...
The biggest stories on women in business from around the world, rounded up in one handy digest... GERMANY They might have elected a female chancellor, but Germans have been slow to make progress in...
The everywomanWorld series makes a pit stop in Ghana’s capital, Accra, where we caught up with Iris Owusu-Manu, 38, for a chat about her working life as HR Business Partner (Corporate Functions)...
The biggest stories on women in business from around the world, rounded up in one handy digest... NIGERIA: FEMALE ENTREPRENUER NAMED 2014 EMERGING LEADER FELLOW The Initiative for Global Development...
The biggest stories on women in business from around the world, rounded up in one handy digest... IRAN: WOMAN WINS PRESTIGIOUS MATHEMATICS AWARD FOR THE FIRST TIME Iranian-born Maryam Mirzakhani has...
Dragana Ljubisavljevic , MD for Returnpath, Europe and Australia, leads an international team of directors at Returnpath , a global email marketing and intelligence company and leader in its field...
Aspermont Limited is a leading international publisher to the mining, construction and oil & gas sector, and as CEO of Events, everywomanClub member Ruth Carter is responsible for running huge...
The biggest stories on women in business from around the world, rounded up in one handy digest... AUSTRALIA: NEW SCIENCE FELLOWSHIP SUPPORTS MATERNITY LEAVE SCHOLARS The Australian National...
Sunita Passi is the founder of Tri-Dosha , an ethical Ayurvedic and holistic company, specialising in skincare products, holistic treatments and professional training in yoga, meditation and...
The biggest stories on women in business from around the world, rounded up in one handy digest... UK: WOMEN 'FIRST IN LINE' FOR INTERNATIONAL ROLES Women are top choice for global business roles...
The issue of women in the boardroom is causing controversy in the UK. Lord Davies published his second progress report looking at the numbers of women on boards. The overall results are positive; as...