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On the way to work with Henkel

On the way to work

On the way to work is a 15th Anniversary of MIT Project which was executed in Poland between October 2013 and June 2014. The Project was designed to help long unemployed women to successfully come back on the job market. ... read more

Women’s Quota in summer high / Frauenquote im Sommerhoch

Here we go again. As a proven remedy to bridge the summer slump during the summer break of political news, the women’s quota discussion provides the same entertainment factor as it already did at the beginning of the year. But, ... read more

A Bad Aftertaste / Ein fader Beigeschmack

„Three in one Sweep”, „Two at one Go“, and „Telekom sends two Women to the Board”; these are the good headlines to somehow good news: Deutsche Telekom lately nominated two women for board positions. Amongst them is Claudia Nemat who ... read more

Diversity – a issue for German students / Diversity hat Bedeutung für unsere Studenten

 The 8th Continental Student survey showed that the German discussion about a women’s quota in management positions has left marks with female students. The representative survey amongst 1.000 Students ask for their views on career, labor market and university topics. ... read more

Henkel at women & work Exhibition-Congress in Bonn / Henkel bei der women & work in Bonn

Tomorrow, May 14 the women & work, Germany’s biggest Exhibition-Congress for women takes place at World Congress Center in Bonn. The event is targeted at career oriented women and starts at 10 a.m. and lasts until 7 p.m. 60 well-known ... read more

Italy introduces Women’s Quota / Italien führt Frauenquote ein

After two years of discussions the Italian Parliament approved a new law that establishes that as of 2015, 30% of board members of Public Companies should be women. (from 2012 to 2015 a transitional period will allow companies to become progressively ... read more

Female Quota – punishment for women? / Frauenquote – eine Strafe für die Frauen?

Having more women within the boards as well as within the supervisory boards – that is the current claim of politics in Germany. Since the beginning of the year the debate concerning a fixed quota for women in leading positions ... read more

EU green paper for women’s quota / EU legt Grünbuch zur Frauenquote vor

 “It is necessary to consider a female quota in order to enhance gender equality”, this is an excerpt from the so-called green paper of the Internal Market Commissioner Michel Barnier. This consultation paper, which should have been agreed on by ... read more