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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...
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 former selves.
“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.
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.
“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.
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. The idea of flexible working is great, but what does it actually mean?