Why supporting women to realise their aspirations matters

Dr Sue Shortland, academic and International HRM expert, in conversation with Fiona Murchie.

Sue Shortland, academic and International HRM expert shares a wealth of information on why it is important for those managing international teams and operating global mobility programmes to support women now as we move out of the pandemic and face the future and the changing workplace in the ‘new normal’.From household work, home schooling, caring responsibilities, furlough and redundancies, women are bearing the brunt – how is this affecting their careers and what can be done to move their careers forward? In an enlightening and accessible conversation with Fiona Murchie, she covers segregation and the gender and ethnicity pay. She explores the prospects for young women’s careers and career choices plus sectorial issues and how women can start to re-position into sectors not hit by the pandemic.

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