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8th March 2022How our partners are working to #BreakTheBias against women in the workplace
This International Women’s Day, we asked our partners how they’re working to break the bias for women in the workplace. From small changes to make women feel more included, to more systemic changes, we all have a role to play.
“Working with the person rather than the gender ensures you work with the best possible individual” – Simon Michaels
“Value and support flexible working arrangements” – Andrew Rich
“Helping to create a culture of belonging” – Carol Rudge
“Calling out gender stereotyping” – Carol Rudge
“Ensuring gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow” – Lily Montgomery
“Being a firm where one can #BreakTheBias by creating awareness and ensuring inclusion of all genders” – Lily Montgomery
“Foster an atmosphere of everyone being treated as equals” – Simon Mott-Cowan
“I aim to break the bias against women in the workplace by advocating for more women in senior roles within the firm. Through supporting flexible working arrangements and promoting a culture of meritocracy, I hope we are able to attract and retain female talent, in order to continue to advance diversity and equality throughout the firm.” – Darshna Choudhury
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