A new survey has found the majority of women think there should be more support in their workplace when it comes to female health issues.
European employers will have to report minimum percentages of women on their boards following an agreement in Brussels by the European Council after a decade of preparation and numerous roadblocks.
Women are more likely to be ignored by their managers in the workplace than men, according to a new report from professional services firm PWC.
As more companies adopt a hybrid working model for their employees, women are seeing more benefits than men.
Men should do more to hold each other accountable when witnessing workplace sexism, according to Abi Odell, people and culture manager at Excel Esport.
Women in the UK work on average almost 2 hours (1.7 hours) more overtime per week than men.
Characteristics such as socio-economic background do not exist in isolation, and there are important interactions between socio-economic background and women.