We are faithful 2021 will get better, but right now it's tough for many and our thoughts are with those who've encountered loss and hardship. We're heartened by the positive stories women are sharing with us about the considerable support and empathy from employers. Measures companies are going to are incredible - and a true differentiator.
As business continues amidst the pandemic, companies are still actively hiring talented women in a range of great jobs: Tech, Engineering, Finance, Marketing, HR, Business Services and more. This month we're spotlighting some employee-focused jobs.
Brilliant jobs via Where Women Work's community of prime employers for women.
HCL Technologies delivers a great podcast on Dr Amelia Mosquera Pardo explaining how to boost workplace experience in a crisis, while Kristy Marshall discusses managing in a crisis. Plus, HCL employee volunteers support the education and empowerment of girls.
Medtronic, that has achieved 100% gender pay equity in the US, offers rewarding MedTech careers - hear from President of Surgical Robotics Megan Rosengarten, plus their internships provide a great pathway.
Eaton names Katrina Redmond as Senior VP & Chief Information Officer to develop and execute their global enterprise-wide information technology strategy.
AECOM with its strong commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, celebrates female employees working on pioneering infrastructure projects.
Capgemini supports women into leadership via its Avancer program. Hear from AI expert Joanne Peplow on future tech trends, Consultant Amy Broughton on how her expat childhood shaped her Capgemini career, and Amanda Gosling on how she drives business sustainability. Plus read their insightful Future of Work Report.
McDonald's Executive VP & Global Chief People Officer Heidi Capozzi discusses how the company is accelerating equity and providing opportunity.
EBRD President Odile Renaud-Basso details the Bank's sustainability plan, plus hear how they helped launch a public awareness campaign for secure train services for women in Egypt.
Arcadis City Executive Debbie Francis is awarded an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) medal in recognition of her enduring contribution to raising the profile of women in rail.
Schneider Electric Chief HR Officer Charise Le discusses flexible working while Plant Procurement Manager Sherri Shi shares her Graduate Program experience, and Char advocates for employees with disabilities. Plus entries open in Go Green global student competition.
Nottingham Trent University Principal Lecturer Dr Kate Stewart shares expertise on ethical veganism, while diversity champion Vice-Chancellor Professor Edward Peck is awarded a Commander of the British Empire (CBE).
Diageo, a company focused on pay equity, sees Investor Relations Director Belinda Brown explain why she established an employee resource group and how Diageo’s culture has enabled her to thrive. Plus Barbara Smith is featured in the media.
Honeywell details a TOP 10 innovations from last year in this must-read article and some are certainly bound to impact the future of work.
DHL has an award-winning Women at DHL Global Forwarding initiative and offers women a supportive, inclusive work culture with many exciting career options.
Oracle uses innovative technologies to tackle real-world problems, so research their jobs and hear from the women who work there.
Northrop Grumman celebrates inclusion in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices for fifth consecutive year.
Stay informed in your career with latest trends, opportunities and networking via upcoming industry events.
Around the world, planning is underway for International Women's Day and we've been collaborating with progressive Partners HCL and Medtronic and further organizations committed to women's equality. Secure speakers, access resources, support the theme and more. Working for a progressive organization? Let them know IWD 2021 relationships are open. Plus check out the Women Creatives mission.
Over the break, we've been following the journey of Duchess of the Sea all-female rowing team, supported by HCL. Wow! Read about their heroic efforts.
You're invited to The IET's postponed 2020 Young Woman Engineer of the Year award ceremony on March 4. Celebrate the six talented finalists, plus The IET is giving away guest boxes filled with sponsor gifts to randomly selected registrants. Register for the inspiring virtual award ceremony supported by Where Women Work.
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