Harassment in the workplace is degrading to the people affected by abuse, and it places other employees in an unsafe environment. Even if the person who is doing the harassing thinks that it is all in good fun, it’s not appropriate. Simply stating to your employees that times have changed […]
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Join Women 2.0 this June for our monthly City Meetup in Dublin on Thursday, June 4th from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
City Meetup is a Women 2.0 networking event to promote new networks amongst the entire technology ecosystem in innovative cities around the world. This event is open to those who work, start, and fund tech companies. Both women and men are invited to attend.
A recent study has highlighted that female workers value inspiration, great leadership and flexible working above traditional benefits. This should come as little surprise as it is a widely held belief that women, in particular, perform better in stimulating working environments with inspiring leaders. They also tend to achieve more […]
Lisa from Ulster Bank is our news watchdog on anything to do with women in business: The British government has ruled out imposing quotas on companies to secure more places for women in the boardroom, while separately announcing that it will extend the right to request flexible working to all […]
Fifteen years ago, I used to do a lot of ideas generation and future trend workshops. One of the authors I used to quote a lot was Faith Popcorn. See wrote a book in 1992, “The popcorn report”, which was predicting some interesting trends, most of them spot on. One […]
A new €500,000 start-up fund for female entrepreneurs has been launched by Enterprise Ireland. Details of the Competitive Start Fund for Female Entrepreneurs, which is aimed at stimulating high potential female-led business start-ups, were announced today by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mr Richard Bruton TD. The initiative is […]