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HCL's The Inspired Series: Breaking New Ground features an engaging and insightful discussion with three impressive female figures in Australian cricket.
Amazon leader Katrin Gruber discusses women's visibility in digital, while Ute fulfills her long-term career aspiration as a trainer. The company hosts 8,000+ interns in a virtual internship plus expands Tech Hubs to create new jobs.
Avon CEO Angela Cretu speaks at Peace One Day global digital event as the company provides a global voice against gender-based violence.
Medtronic VP & General Manager Sheri Dodd shares her thoughts on leadership through a crisis.
84.51° is a powerhouse of predictive and prescriptive analytics, so check out their vast range of exciting data-related jobs on offer.
AECOM Senior VP Wendy Lopez discusses job creation opportunities, executive Kim Timm reflects on her STEM engineering career, and Interior Design & Studio Lead Elvira Muñoz rethinks design opportunities.
Arcadis challenges conventional thinking and asks future infrastructure leaders what they might do differently.
Capgemini Relaunch programme supports Nikki Sugden to successfully return to work.
Diageo sees Katherine Smart make history as first woman appointed Renter Warden of Worshipful Company of Brewers, while Baileys celebrates female writers via literary campaign.
Eaton, that helps improve the quality of life and environment, saw its virtual interns participate in online learning series; Intern Aryana Nakhai discusses wind energy.
EBRD secures important funding for its Stepping Up for Women program.
Exyte sees its women work on exciting projects around the world.
F5 interviews unconscious bias speaker after informative event.
GSK's Loreen Bloodgood explains her work and GSK's culture, while Director Ambily Bannerjee discusses career pathways.
Honeywell supports its interns with meaningful challenges while future shaper Nicole James creates intelligent software.
McDonald’s youngest General Manager in Singapore is a very inspiring woman as she pays it forward.
Northrop Grumman engineer Mei-Li is Defining Possible, while the company inspires the next generation with STEM camps.
Nottingham Trent University Associate Professor, Maria Karanika-Murray, explains how workplace differences shape careers.
Schneider Electric supports engineer Elissa to mentor others, plus find out about being a Facility Manager.
Spirax-Sarco Engineering has an impressive Women's Career & Personal Development Network.
University of Sheffield welcomes UK's Science Minister Amanda Solloway to see innovation, manufacturing and skills in action.
Oracle uses innovative technologies to tackle real-world problems, so research their jobs and hear from the women who work there.
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