The recent US Supreme Court Dobbs ruling giving states the right to determine their abortion laws. This has rendered abortions unavailable for about one-third of all American women. Like millions, I am stunned. Let’s be very clear; this decision is about about more than women’s reproductive rights. More accurately, it’s about taking those rights away. […]
Leavers post-covid at record highs But in particular, why are so many women ‘opting out’ when employers are simultaneously seeking so many new hires? Indeed many employers claim fighting workplace discrimination is a big part of their appeal. It’s easy to blame workers for opting out, without addressing how easy or welcoming it was to ‘opt
‘Conduct risk’ or costly bad behaviour should be a concern for everyone. It’s terrible to have colleagues whose poor choices in the way they behave affects your career. It’s even worse when their behaviour is conveniently overlooked. In the last few months, this ‘brushing under the carpet’ and asking people to ‘move on’ seems very timely. Conduct
As part of your personal shout out for the upcoming International Women’s Day and its #BreakTheBias theme, I’d invite you to think hard about the words we use and what they may hide. I love a bit of word-play 🙂 so let’s challenge the idea that ‘confidence’ is what counts. Everyone I know has made more progress by capitalising on their skills, expertise and
Stopping bad office conduct behaviour at work can be as easy as just making the right eyes contact with people.