18 Nov 2016
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International Men’s Day – why we should stop saying ‘man up’

Did you know 19 November is International Men’s Day? Every year its profile is growing, and provides an opportunity for us to focus on improving gender relations, promoting gender equality, and shine a light on men’s and boy’s health. The theme for this years’ International Men’s Day is ‘Stop Male Suicide’.

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09 Nov 2016
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Izzy Christiansen

Izzy Christiansen podcast

Women’s PFA Players’ Player of the Year winner Izzy Christiansen talks about her career in professional football. The Manchester City and England midfielder tells Women Work member Morag Kent about winning ‘the double’ this season, turning pro, her health and fitness regime and the future of women’s football. Listen to this podcast below, on iTunes […]

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18 Oct 2016
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Women Work podcast – Smart Works

Women Work co-chair Alistair Drummond visits the offices of Smart Works, a charity which helps women on low incomes find employment. CEO Kate Stephens and volunteer ‘dresser’ Annie Brook talk to Alistair about how the charity supports clients with business clothes and interview skills. Smart Works is the chosen charity of Women Work. If you […]

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27 Sep 2016
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The Reluctant Networker

The Reluctant Networker podcast

Author of The Reluctant Networker Neil Munz-Jones talks about the latest edition of his book in this Women Work podcast. Neil explains some myths around networking to Women Work co-chair Alistair Drummond and gives advice on how to grow your professional network inside and outside your company. There are tips about face-to-face interaction and how to use social media […]

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19 Sep 2016
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Inclusive Language – Paying attention to inclusive language is good for everyone… not just for LGBT colleagues…

When I talk to my colleagues about inclusive language in the LGBT arena, I usually get the same response, that it is something the ‘D & I Police’ use to keep everyone in check. Personally I love receiving that challenge as it gives me, a Sodexo LGBT role model, the opportunity to ‘engage’ our colleagues and explain it’s nothing to do with that at all.

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