One of the biggest issues HR needs to be aware of in the workplace is gender inequality.
Despite the serious strides made by influential female leaders within the past few years, all of which led up to 2018 being dubbed the ‘Year of the Woman’. It’s sadly the reality that in 2019, women still face a barrage of sexism, potential harassment and a very real glass ceiling when trying to climb the career ladder – as evidenced by the now-infamous cases of individuals such as Harvey Weinstein, Peter Williams of Jack Wills and the ongoing fight against the misogynistic actions of Arcadia Group tycoon Philip Green.
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