Are women truly on board? The arduous journey of gender equality

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PageGroup's Sheri Hughes asks how far gender equality in the workplace has actually come.

2018, the Year of the Woman. But what does that really mean? One hundred years since the suffragettes won women the vote, 50 years since the female sewing machinists at Ford Dagenham won equal pay for women and yet the World Economic Forum has said it will be a further 217 years before we reach gender equality – 100 years more than it was in 2016! Surely all of our...

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