Playing to Your Strengths as a Woman in Engineering

Victoria Sutherland is building a successful career in a company that wants to support her growth, and spoke to us about her path to engineering, using your strengths and raising your profile.
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Diversity and Inclusion within Companies and Teams Do Drive High Performance

“Being a minority in any situation can be challenging”. Kelly Becker, Country President of Schneider Electric Ireland, reflected on why creating a safe environment where we bring our unique self to work is key to get the potential of diverse teams.
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Working Remotely (and how)

WORK180's Damian Karzon has been working remotely for over 6 months and shares his initial concerns with remote working and how he has overcome them.
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Announcing a New Purpose: To Empower Every Woman to Choose a Workplace Where They Can Thrive

Co-Founder and Co-CEO Gemma Lloyd, announces WORK180's new purpose. To Empower Every Woman to Choose a Workplace where they can Thrive.
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The train driver you never expected

Southeastern’s latest train driver recruit, Mary Saphy, dispels any preconceived idea about what train drivers do each day.
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Guide to having a flexible work conversation

Flexible work is becoming increasingly common in the UK, proving beneficial for both employees and employers. But how do you have the initial conversation with your manager requesting a flexible work arrangement? Here’s some tips.
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6 tips for returning to work after parental leave

Returning to work after having a baby can be tough, and there’s no perfect path. But some pre-planning and open conversations with your employer can help.
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Managing technical specialists, debunking stereotypes and taking opportunities

Anna Gawne, Product Owner at Global, never expected to work in Tech, but now leads a team of specialists. We talked with Anna about tips for your early career, debunking stereotypes and taking opportunities.
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