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Featured in TTG, April 2020 Women still lag behind in the travel pay league, but are set to make up more of the industry’s top jobs in the next year, new research has concluded. A report from Women in Hospitality, Travel & Leisure (WiHTL) concluded the nymber of women in top roles in the threeContinue reading “Gender Pay Divide Still 21% In Travel Sector, Says Report – Gary Noakes”
I’ve been talking to many colleagues in the travel industry over the last couple of weeks. Travel Weekly’s Lee Hayhurst spoke with myself, Chris Photi and Will Waggott about the fight for survival many firms are facing. Take a listen below
Some interesting, alarming and promising stats in the IOD magazine back in January led us to the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap report for 2020. Progress is being made in some areas, but there is always more that can be done. Read the full report here.
‘Shaping a gender inclusive industry to meet the talent and leadership needs of the 21st century’ We’re excited to learn more about the very first international forum in which senior leaders and up-and-coming female talent from across the industry are coming together to share, learn; challenge and progress their understanding of gender diversity and inclusion.Continue reading “International Women in Travel & Tourism Forum 2020”
Royal Bank of Scotland is set to name Alison Rose as its next chief executive, making her the first woman to lead one of Britain’s major lenders.
By Traci Mercer – Sabre Travel Network | August 20, 2019 As a little girl growing up in the ’80s, I imagined a future that included flying cars like in the Jetsons, having a personal computerized assistant like Max Headroom and the ability to push a button and get whatever I wanted, like food or toys. The futureContinue reading “On the road to gender parity… are we there yet?”
As recently seen in the Guardian and IoD round up…. Britain’s top businesses are still missing targets on gender diversity, states the latest Hampton-Alexander Review. The Review – an annual report first commissioned by the Government in 2016 – found that the number of ‘one and done’ boards (with just a single female member) had roughly halvedContinue reading “Women on Boards”
The travel industry celebrated outstanding talent from the UK and beyond with the announcement of the 2019 Revolut everywoman in Travel Awards winners. The awards celebrate inspirational women whose attitude, work ethic and commitment to supporting other women are making a positive impact on this rapidly evolving industry. Despite an ever increasing pool of femaleContinue reading “Everywoman in Travel Award Winners”
As a judge for the Everywoman in Travel three years running, Jeannette and her fellow judges have discussed long and hard the shortlisted finalists for 2019. Take a look at who’s in the running here and keep your eyes peeled for the results.