02 Mar 2017
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Saffa Musleh

Unfinished Business by Anne Marie Slaughter

To celebrate World Book Day, we bring you the first review of our new Women Work Book Club. You may remember back in November when James Taylor was interviewed on the podcast, Women Work member Saffa Musleh brought Anne Marie Slaughter’s Unfinished Business into conversation during the Q&A session at the end. Saffa (pictured), who […]

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24 Feb 2017
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Geoffrey Williams

Geoffrey Williams podcast

Geoffrey is a senior manager at Thomson Reuters with accountability for corporate responsibility & inclusion for the EMEA region. Using this role to influence the business, Geoffrey was instrumental in enabling Thomson Reuters to achieve the National Equality Standard from Ernst and Young and was nominated for the Excellence in Diversity Awards 2015. To mark […]

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19 Jan 2017
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Luke Lofthouse - Helpdesk Sodexo

How can we keep Gen Y talent in the business when all they want to do is explore the world?

A common perception about people from generation Y is that they have wanderlust and can’t stick to one job or company for any significant amounts of time. For some organisations this can lead to a lack of development of younger talented staff which then drives them to look for stimuli and development elsewhere.

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13 Jan 2017
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Is a 50/50 split really gender balance?

Scottish Parliament launched plans last week to introduce legislation requiring the boards of public bodies should be 50/50 men and women. Underneath last Friday’s article in The Scotsman there were a lot of reader comments critical of the plans in terms of talent drain. While we should always take reader comments with a big pinch […]

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07 Dec 2016
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Aritha Wickramasinghe podcast

Ahead of the Sodexo D&I winter networking event in London, Pride network co-chair Jon Norie talked to guest speaker Aritha Wickramasinghe about his career and his pro-bono work promoting LGBT rights. Prior to becoming a finance lawyer, Sri Lankan citizen Aritha worked at the Chambers of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Tanzania. Aritha is currently […]

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