What lies beneath? Taking the lid off women’s careers
Over the last 10 years we’ve seen an increase in women on boards of directors, albeit as non-executive directors, but what’s the direction of travel as we head into the 2020s?
In the latest 10Eighty White Paper - Womens' Careers: What Helps? What Hinders? - we lift the lid on women in the workplace by interviewing 21 women in professional and managerial roles, some self-employed, aged 28 to 65 working in a range of sectors.
What we uncover in our White Paper on Women's Careers
The enablers that have helped women’s careers
The factors that have hindered women’s careers
The factors that have influenced career decisions
The steps that individuals and organisations can take to improve women’s prospects
"If we fail to unlock the potential of women in the labour market, we’re not only failing those
individuals, we’re failing our whole economy."
The Rt. Hon. David Cameron, MP, BBC News, 9th February 2012
Our White Paper takeaways
The intrinsic factors & extrinsic factors that help or hinder women's careers
4 key steps that individuals should take to enhance their career prospects
3 key steps that organisations should take to improve the careers of their female employees
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