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Women Are Leaving Their Jobs At Faster Rates Than Men

Career Climbers / 23rd March 2022

Throughout the pandemic, women have been quitting their jobs at significantly higher rates than men, largely exacerbated by the levels of burnout in women across the workforce. As part of...

Women’s Entrepreneurship Day Organization Holds Annual Summit

Entrepreneurs / 18th November 2020

Imagine a world where education and policy align to empower women in business—to lead, to innovate and to launch; to drive economic expansion and advance communities. That is the vision...

WPO Digital Conference Focuses on Post-Pandemic Path Forward for Women Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs / 20th July 2020

Businesses around the world have been upended by a raging worldwide pandemic and working from home has become the new normal. Some businesses have folded, others have furloughed or laid...

Employers Encouraged not to Lose Sight of Gender Equality Amid Crisis

Career Climbers / 7th May 2020

Gender pay gap reporting has been suspended in the UK due to the “unprecedented uncertainty and pressure” faced by companies due to the Covid-19 crisis. Although the reporting is not...

Closing The ‘Gender Entrepreneurship Gap’

Entrepreneurs / 18th April 2020

A study, which reveals that men are twice as likely to start a new business in the UK as women, has been used to shape UK government policy. The research,...

How Much Longer to Break the Glass Ceiling? 50 Years, Research Says

Career Climbers / 19th March 2020

The Myers-Briggs Company, a Certified B Corp™, is sharing two new research studies around gender, diversity, and management. Both pieces of research were recently presented at the British Psychological Society’s...

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Gender Entrepreneurship Gap

Entrepreneurs / 11th March 2020

A study, which reveals that men are twice as likely to start a new business in the UK as women, has been used to shape UK government policy. The research,...

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Female FTSE 100 Report 

Career Climbers / 25th July 2019

Following The Female FTSE Board Report 2019 published earlier this month, women make up 32% of FTSE 100 directors, up 3% from last year. However, with the average tenure of female directors...

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Women-Owned Small Businesses Facing Growth Challenges Despite Overall Small Business Optimism Heading into the Fourth Quarter

Entrepreneurs / 6th December 2018

Access to bank loans for small businesses climbed last quarter signalling strength and optimism in the economy, according to the latest Private Capital Access Index (PCA Index) from Dun &...

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The World’s Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) Commit to Mobilize $3 Billion Dollars to Invest in the World’s Women

Entrepreneurs / 13th June 2018

A major new commitment has been announced by the development finance institutions (DFI) of the G7 to mobilize US $3 billion by 2020 for investment in business activities that will benefit women. The 2X Challenge:...