Five ways to encourage female talent in workplaces

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With International Women’s Day still fresh in our memories and the looming mandatory gender pay gap reporting deadline in April, the topic of encouraging female talent in the workforce is more prevalent than ever.

Companies are now dedicating time and resources to finding solutions that go beyond simply hiring more women. While this works on paper, it is up to senior decision makers to examine their existing workplace culture and start to implement innovative structures, policies and procedures that make their company a welcoming place to work. Only then will the workplace become one that encourages development and growth.

 

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Kat Martyn Author Kat Martyn Tiger Recruitment Team

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