APPG reports on How to Recruit Women for the 21st Century
Women & Work APPG
APPG is a cross-party group that examines the role of women in the workforce, bringing together Members of Parliament and interested stakeholders. Feminine Vitae attended one of APPG’s yearly meetings in London on 28th of January 2019
Flexible working by default: Hitting a new stride
Flexible by default: University of Sussex as a case Study
Notably, a key topic of discussion was the importance of flexibility for working women which is of relevance to working women who suffer from gynaecological health conditions. The University of Sussex is included as a case study as the institution introduced a “flexible
The newly launched APPG report contains a series of recommendations and suggestions, as well as practical hints and tips for employers to improve the working conditions of their female employees.
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