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The Women's Organisation: "The Economic Empowerment of Women Is a Business Issue"

The Women's Organisation: "The Economic Empowerment of Women Is a Business Issue" | Women's Agenda | Scoop.it
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More young women trapped in low-paid, low-skilled jobs

More young women trapped in low-paid, low-skilled jobs | Women's Agenda | Scoop.it
Three times more 16 to 24-year-old women stuck in office and hotel cleaning jobs than 20 years ago, research shows
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Why I have changed my mind on quotas

Why I have changed my mind on quotas | Women's Agenda | Scoop.it
Increasing the numbers of women in decision-making leadership roles is going to take more than an honour system to get the desired results
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Pink Lego is an abomination. End this gender fascism – Telegraph Blogs

Pink Lego is an abomination. End this gender fascism – Telegraph Blogs | Women's Agenda | Scoop.it
Take a look at the picture above. This is a Lego advertisement from the early Eighties, which has recently been circulating online. Beautiful, isn't it?
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Why is being openly feminist in the boardroom seen as 'damaging'?

Why is being openly feminist in the boardroom seen as 'damaging'? | Women's Agenda | Scoop.it
Why are we afraid to call ourselves feminists at work? Olivia Knight explores the reactions to her decision to use the f-word
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'Sorry skirts' women missing out on top jobs - Telegraph

'Sorry skirts' women missing out on top jobs - Telegraph | Women's Agenda | Scoop.it
Women's tendency to over-apologise in the workplace - dubbed "sorry skirts" - is causing them to miss out on the top jobs, according to the Chartered Management Institute.
The Women's Organisation's insight:

Totally wrong

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