It’s been a busy few weeks for women in the workplace. “Isn’t it always?” I hear you exclaim. You are quiet right of course, but what I’m referring to is the spotlight that’s shone on “women in the workplace” over the past week. We’ve seen some exhilarating media coverage as well as some disheartening press. On 1 April Opportunity Now, the workplace gender campaign from Business in the Community, published their “Project 28-40” report. The report summaries the findings of a 2013 survey of more than 25,000 women and men aged 28-40. The aim was to compare their experiences in the workplace, in particular around rate of progression, and to develop solutions for employers to address imbalance and to retain talented female staff. If I recall correctly, I completed the survey myself! From my cursory look at the executive summary, there aren’t a huge number of surprises. For example, when… View Post