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Women and the Workplace: Understanding discrimination as a systemic problem

2024-06-02T01:05:02+00:00

Table of ContentsWomen and the Workplace: Understanding discrimination as a systemic problemGender discrimination starts at a young ageThe reality of the gender pay gapHow work place harassment affects different types of womenChanging the narrativeDiscrimination is not an individual problem Women and the Workplace: Understanding discrimination as a systemic problem December 5, 2019 Current visibility around women and the workplace and workplace discrimination against women is at an all-time high with the #MeToo campaign and the campaign to uncover the Gender Pay Gap. Perhaps what is less prominent in these campaigns is a discussion about the root causes of these types of [...]

Women and the Workplace: Understanding discrimination as a systemic problem2024-06-02T01:05:02+00:00

Physical Wellbeing in the Workplace

2024-06-02T20:41:01+00:00

Table of Contents Physical Wellbeing in the Workplace Let’s take a walk How many hours do we sit for at work? How can this affect us? What can we do about it? Physical Wellbeing in the Workplace October 28, 2019 Previously we’ve published thought-pieces regarding the importance of mental health awareness and promoting positive wellbeing. At HAD we value both the importance of mental and physical wellbeing in the workplace, as it takes a balance of both to truly live a healthy life. This not only improves the overall happiness of your staff, but in-turn allows for better productivity and in [...]

Physical Wellbeing in the Workplace2024-06-02T20:41:01+00:00

Employee Development: A must-have strategy in the Humanitarian Sector

2024-06-02T21:35:47+00:00

Table of Contents Here are 3 reasons why you should focus on employee development: It forces you to future proof It helps you foster transparency and accountability It optimises your admin/staff budgets It is a benefit.  It builds loyalty. It is a learning opportunity. It increases your reputation.  It brings in good people.  Investing in your employees is a necessity in today's international marketplace; our sector demands leaders who can easily transcend borders, stay ahead of risks, and anticipate opportunity. Employee development & investment is more than healthcare and wages, it is a transcendent opportunity for individuals to grow and to [...]

Employee Development: A must-have strategy in the Humanitarian Sector2024-06-02T21:35:47+00:00

Women’s Empowerment: Real barriers to women’s empowerment in the humanitarian & development sector

2024-06-02T21:56:03+00:00

Table of ContentsWomen’s Empowerment: Real barriers to women’s empowerment in the humanitarian & development sectorWhat is Women's Empowerment?So what are the most pertinent barriers to the advancement of women in society?Universal barriersSocio-cultural barriers:Unconscious bias:What are we saying?Self-confidence in the workplaceDoes being a woman help or hinder work in the humanitarian field?The leadership gap:The strength of women humanitarians:‘Empowering’ is about giving back control Women’s Empowerment: Real barriers to women’s empowerment in the humanitarian & development sector October 14, 2019 Our Marketing and Communications Intern Charlotte Davies kicks off our Women's Empowerment blog series, exploring what barriers there are to Women's Empowerment: Real [...]

Women’s Empowerment: Real barriers to women’s empowerment in the humanitarian & development sector2024-06-02T21:56:03+00:00
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