The workplace has transformed exponentially and many women are feeling a continued challenge of balancing work with family care. The level of support and empathy from employers is becoming more overt. Women working for prime employers are fortunate, and we flag that many of these employers are still recruiting.
We hope you and your loved ones stay safe - and now let's jump into our news.
HCL Technologies women discuss working from home challenges while also revealing positive aspects adapting daily lives in response to the pandemic; Roshni Nadar Malhotra, HCL Enterprise CEO helps judge Forbes' 30 Under 30.
Amazon operations network sees many women stepping up in this critical time, plus learn more about free computer science courses for kids at home.
Avon CEO Angela Cretu discusses leadership and relationships during a crisis, while #IsolatedNotAlone campaign raises awareness about the domestic abuse spike during the pandemic.
Medtronic sees new CEO Geoff Martha affirm strong commitment to inclusion and diversity following Omar Ishrak's achievements, plus learn how its Employee Emergency Assistance Fund is supporting employees.
84.51° colleagues share creative ways and useful tips for remote working.
AECOM partners with female-only university in Saudi Arabia to train next generation of professional women, plus HR Director Jo Atkinson discusses finding key talent.
Arcadis invites women to join their Talent Community if you're inspired by the work and talent of its women.
Capgemini Senior Consultant Shaa Ravi urges women in tech to be more visible, while Senior Business Analyst Krystine Pittman returns to work via Relaunch.
Diageo Distillery Trainee Site Operations Manager Chelsea Riddoch discusses the engineering apprenticeship programme.
Eaton Senior Systems Engineer at their Centre for Intelligent Power Maebh Larkin explains her role and the skills needed.
EBRD Head of Belarus Marina Petrov shares how the Bank supports entrepreneurship and Director Ines Rocha discusses women's empowerment in business.
Exyte is always seeking talented women to work across its global teams so learn more about this progressive employer.
F5 hosts virtual Bring Your Kids to Work Day plus F5 leaders Ana White and Mika Yamamoto discuss adapting to a changed workplace.
GlaxoSmithKline Production Supply Lead Hanan shares how GSK's Future Leaders Programme is helping launch her pharma career.
Honeywell women tackle some of the toughest challenges in industry so hear how they grow, collaborate and change the world for the better.
McDonald's profiles Board member and trailblazer Cathy Engelbert and outlines her inclusive vision for the company.
Northrop Grumman helps erase the effects of COVID by continuing hiring for 10,000+ roles in science, technology and engineering.
Nottingham Trent University sees their women researchers explain their work and why they chose academic careers.
Schneider Electric offers free online courses via Energy University plus Pooja and Sunita share why they value the company's flexible working.
Spirax-Sarco Engineering launches global Employee Assistance Program providing legal services, counselling, financial support and online resources.
University of Sheffield's Dr Jilly Gibson-Miller discusses in an insightful podcast how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting mental wellbeing and behaviour.
Oracle uses innovative emerging technologies to tackle real-world problems, so find out more about the type of roles they offer and the women who work there.
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38,600 entries were received in the International Women's Day 2020 Photography Competition, run in collaboration with photo community EyeEm. Photographers around the world proudly entered their work and the range of creativity was outstanding, featuring the diversity and authenticity of women. Congratulations to winner Georgina Abreu and the 10 Highly Commenced Finalists
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