Inspiring the next generation – Imran Rasul Group Procurement Director, BAE Systems, on the how SMEs can engage young people to consider STEM related careers

Imran Rasul- Group Procurement Director, BAE Systems   BAE Systems is committed to encouraging more young people, especially girls, into STEM related careers to ensure that we have a strong pipeline of talent from which to recruit our next generation

Courage calls to courage everywhere: the male campaigners for universal suffrage noted on the Millicent Fawcett statue.

On 24th April, the statue of Millicent Fawcett, the suffragist President of the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies (NUWSS) and first-ever monument to a woman to stand in Parliament Square was unveiled.   Designed by artist Gillian Wearing, the

Northfleet School for Girls: Why student leadership is important for future career development

Hear from the students of Northfleet School for girls on why student leadership is important for developing life skills and the leadership and managment skills vital for developing future careers. ‘It gives us a voice’ ‘It gives us responsibility’ ‘It allows us

Denis Woulfe, talks to Sky on the importace of senior sponsorship for gender diveristy in the FTSE 350

The MACA toolkit calls on CEOs of FTSE 350 companies to commit to transform the gender diversity of their executive teams by: Taking personal responsibility for ensuring 33% of executive-level business leaders are women by 2020. Sponsoring 1-3 women from

Video: Professor Jo Brewis – How to support employees going through the menopause transition and why we need to talk about it

  In July 2017, my colleagues Dr. Vanessa Beck, Dr. Andrea Davies, Dr. Jesse Matheson and I published a government-commissioned report which reviews the evidence for how menopause affects women’s economic participation. In the video above, I discuss why employers

Timewise Joint CEO Karen Mattison MBE on flexible working, the Timewise Power 50 and the new work-less movement

Karen Mattison MBE, Joint CEO – Timewise Since launching the Timewise Power List in 2012, Timewise has been bringing high-level flexible working out into the open, shining a light on senior people who work part-time, and encouraging others to follow

Video: Age No Bar – John Cridland CBE on how to get the best out of an age-diverse workforce

  In the video above, I am discussing the issue of embracing an age-diverse workforce. In 1917 King George V sent the first telegrams to those celebrating their 100th birthday. Twenty-four telegrams were sent that year. In 2017 around six-thousand

Helen Lamprell, Vodafone UK discusses helping young women learn to #codelikeagirl and prepare for STEM careers

Vodafone aspires to be the world’s best employer for women by 2025. As part of that mission, we’ve launched events and initiatives to help women of all ages thrive in the workplace. Recently, we collaborated with Northern Power Women to