PA-Life-Christmas-Party-2022
Search
Close this search box.
Posts Tagged :

women in work

Lack of career progression the number one reason women would leave a job

  • 0

Research from specialist professional recruiter Robert Walters has revealed that a lack of career progression is the number one reason why women would consider leaving a job, with 66% saying that it would lead them to consider a new role. The study, which surveyed more than 700 professionals from a range of disciplines across the […]

Michelle Obama named biggest inspiration for working women

  • 0

Michelle Obama inspired millions of parents and children with her fight against obesity and now she’s leading the fight for working women, according to a new poll. The survey, conducted by market researcher OnePoll, saw 2000 employed women between the ages of 24 and 45 vote the First Lady as the one who inspires them […]

2.24 million women in the UK have more than one job

  • 0

New research from on-demand staffing app Coople reveals British women have never been busier. The findings show a significant proportion of working women juggle more than one job, as well as the bulk of the housework. A survey of 2000 employed people in the UK carried out by OnePoll and commissioned by Coople reveals one […]

Two thirds of women working below their potential after a career break

  • 0

Two-thirds of professional women go into lower-skilled or lower-paid roles or work fewer hours than they prefer when they return to a job after a career break, according to research published by PwC, in conjunction with Women Returners and 30% Club. 427,000 UK female professionals are currently estimated to be on a career break and […]

Brits call for legislation on appearance discrimination

  • 0

In light of Nicola Thorp being sent home after refusing to wear high heels, research by OfficeGenie.co.uk reveals British employees demand stronger legislation to prevent such appearance discrimination. The office space search engine surveyed 1,439 workers and found 75% want strong legislation put in place to prevent appearance discrimination based on the way they dress. […]

The nation’s hardest working women revealed

  • 0

Women in full and part-time work in London, Scotland and the North West are on average working the most hours in the UK, while female millennials are the hardest workers. This is according to new analysis by blow LTD, the leading online fast beauty provider. blow LTD’s analysis follows the news that the number of […]

American women work longer hours than Europeans

  • 0

It seems American women work longer hours than their European counterparts, according to a report put together by Credit Suisse. A chart included in the research report shows that 65% of American women work more than 40 hours a week, compared to 30% of German women and 20% of French. The UK has the second-lowest […]

Research shows women ‘hugely outnumbered’ on boards

  • 0

A new report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) shows that fewer than half of companies have increased the number of women on their boards. The research reveals that despite a recent push to get more women in UK boardrooms, only 47% actually placed more females in top-level positions over the 2012/12 to […]

Employers need to take action to tackle gender inequality

  • 0

As the consultation closes on the Government’s draft gender pay reporting regulations today, new research findings based on a survey of more than 1,000 employers and HR professionals show that a minority of organisations currently conduct any gender pay analysis, as well as the limited action being taken by employers to address the causes of […]

Inspirational tips for International Women’s Day

  • 0

Today is International Women’s Day, a time to celebrate the successes of the female gender. To mark the occasion, Rosetta Stone’s President of Global Enterprise and Education Judy Verses presents her top tips for succeeding in a male-dominated business world. “There are more opportunities for women in the workplace today than ever before,” she says. […]

Getting more women in work could increase GDP by 9%

  • 0

New research shows that the UK is missing out on up to £170bn worth of economic benefits by not having enough females in employment. PwC’s annual Women in Work Index shows that the UK could boost its GDP by 9% (£170 billion) if it could increase the number of women in work to match that […]