International Women’s Day


Spotlight on Female Employees Building a Construction Career with Sika

International Women’s Day (IWD) is an annual commemoration of the cultural, political and socioeconomic achievements of women. Taking place on 8th March, this year’s event is designed to raise awareness against gender bias and calls for ‘action for equality’. Through a long-term commitment to equal opportunities and professional development of employees, Sika fully supports the…

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Challenging Unconscious Bias

Caterer CH&CO is proactively challenging unconscious bias by launching a dedicated campaign to support International Women’s Day’s global campaign, #BreakTheBias. As well as challenging gender bias, CH&CO’s training and communications programme encompasses all forms of unconscious bias. The online training course, supported by a fact sheet, is designed to help people understand what unconscious bias…


Improving Diversity within Scottish Construction

The Scottish Construction Leadership Forum (CLF) is celebrating International Women’s Day by highlighting its work on a National Equity and Inclusion Plan for the sector. Funded by Scottish Government this latest initiative is part of the wider plan for the industry to develop a more diverse and inclusive workforce, giving the sector access to a…


ABM UK: Readdressing the Gender Balance

On International Women’s Day 2022 (IWD 2022), Jenna Pollock, ABM UK’s divisional director for Scotland, tells FM Magazine fostering gender diversity is crucial to the future of facilities management. Q. The theme for International Women’s Day 2022 (IWD 2022) is “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow” – in recognition of the contribution of women and…


The Road Less Travelled

08.03.2021, 13:54 The Road Less Travelled Stacey Lucas, commercial and marketing director at Sontay, on why International Women’s Day is important to her. International Women’s Day marks an important date in the calendar for businesses around the globe. A day of celebration of women’s achievements and advocation for greater equality.   I have been working…


Equality as a Business Issue

07.03.2019, 12:35 Equality as a Business Issue SPIE UK is raising awareness of workplace gender inclusivity through its parent company’s So’SPIE Ladies Network, in advance of International Women’s Day 2019 on Friday which will focus on the theme, “BalanceforBetter”. International Women’s Day, a focal point in the movement for women’s rights, is dedicated to building a gender-balanced…

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