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For IWD 2024 and beyond, let’s build a more inclusive workplace
Bridging the gender gap to inspire inclusion
I. Stephanie Boyce inspires inclusion as a history maker in the legal profession
Harvard Professor Claudia Goldin wins Nobel Prize for gender pay gap research
Working for a large progressive employer can certainly have its benefits
Organizations embrace equity by sharing gender pronouns in email signatures
Women in the Workplace study debunks myths holding women back
10 great women's careers platforms: Choose an employer so your career thrives
Taking charge of getting the career you want and deserve
Now here's a video to watch: "What if different genders switched for a day?"
Progressive companies break down barriers for women to move into leadership roles
In huge demand: Talented women engineers needed to shape the world
Where women choose to work can make a significant difference to their success in life
Embracing equity means ensuring there is pay transparency
Check out previous women at work activity
"Remember, each person is an influencer. Your voice matters," says Billie Jean King
Equality versus Equity: What's the difference as we #EmbraceEquity for IWD?
Know the data behind the gender pension gap and #StartTalkingPensions
Is there an unintended consequence of remote working on women’s advancement?
Scientist Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock honored with one-of-a-kind Barbie from Mattel
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Double standards for women exist, but female empowerment shines through
Progressive employers understand why women's equality in the workplace is key
International Women in Engineering Day celebrates talent of women engineers
Menopausal women can be overlooked in the workplace, but progress is underway
Women engineers work in many fields: Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical and more
Celebrating the work of women: The North Face IWD Collection by women for women
Race to the top: Women face limited window of opportunity to reach leadership
Lean In reports women leaders are leaving companies at an unprecedented rate
Women civil engineering surveyors are forging gains in the construction industry
Global gender gap narrowing, but still far away to reach parity
Why do women have half the pension of men?
Northrop Grumman CEO Kathy Warden co-chairs Catalyst Awards Conference Dinner
The world needs more women leaders, a mission close to YPO's heart
IWD collaborator Catalyst helps forge workplaces that work for women
How to #BreakTheBias surrounding menopause in the workplace
Forbes called upon industry thought leaders to share insight on #BreakTheBias
Women at Indeed event addresses how to #BreakTheBias in the workplace
Key influencers across the world share insight on IWD 2022 #BreakTheBias theme
HubSpot's CX Spotlight events saw female marketing, sales & customer service experts
LinkedIn's #FlexibleIs campaign creates a fairer world of work for women
#BreakTheBias in the workplace via the IWD Lean In tools and resources
LinkedIn de-stigmatizes workplace absence via new career breaks function on profiles
Should we hurry to apply for remote working jobs before the window closes?
Thinking about making a career pivot to land the job you want this year?
Let's continue our efforts #BreakTheBias in the workplace all-year-round
Access LinkedIn Learning #BreakTheBias resources to plan IWD events and activity
Read Indeed's report - A Piece of the Pie: Understanding the Importance of Fair Pay
Access LinkedIn Learning #BreakTheBias resources to help plan & deliver training
IWD Flagship Event CX Spotlight put remarkable women leaders in the spotlight
Lean In's 'Women in the Workplace' reveals women considering leaving careers
Support The IET's Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards
Watch this space! More women's articles coming soon ...
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International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The
day also marks a call to action for accelerating women's equality.
IWD has occurred for well over a century, with the first IWD gathering in 1911 supported by over a million people.
Today, IWD belongs to all groups collectively everywhere. IWD is not country, group or organization specific.
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