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‘Imposter Syndrome’ is a term that is frequently bandied around, but what does it actually mean? Well, in short, it is a term that is normally used to refer to high achievers, usually (though not exclusively) women, who have a persistent fear of being ‘found...

Following our last ‘Women in Recruitment’ roundtable event we wanted to shine a spotlight on women in business, so we have conducted a series of interviews with successful women in our industry, to hear from them about the challenges they face and what inspires them. The...

Source: Recruitment Grapevine | Executive Grapevine International Ltd According to a new report by the TUC, women in the UK effectively work for free for more than two months a year, due to the country’s gender pay gap. According to figures from the Office for National Statistics,...

We asked five attendees from member organisations for their top takeaways following our recent International Women’s Day event. Here’s what they told us. Claire Hawkins, Head of Perm, SThree Management Services Biggest takeaway: This wasn’t a point that was raised but one I noticed from sitting there...

To mark International Women’s Day 2018, we gathered female recruitment leaders from across the UK at three concurrent, lively panel style events in London, Birmingham and Manchester. Global CEO of APSCo, Ann Swain who is also a member of the Women in Recruitment Executive Committee, chaired...

Organisations around the world are creating forums to promote, support and develop the women within their businesses, following the belief that having a strong diverse workforce is better for business and positively impacts the bottom line. Research shows that at the time when women can add...

I was recently invited to present at a women’s luncheon for the Staffing Industry Analysts’ Executive Forum in London, an event that brings together the great and the good from the world of staffing. As I took to the stage to present to a room...

The body of evidence which supports the benefit of women on boards just keeps on growing. New research from the University of British Columbia and the University of Utah has found that female board members are more likely to seek advice when making crucial business...

eCommerce, Events Here are our top five takeaways of the survey! Our favourite insights 1) 66% of women feel that family/caring responsibilities negatively impact their career prospects, and by extension their chances for promotion. 2) 26% of people surveyed work in companies that have more female staff than male. 3)...