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Women in the workplace - the gender pay gap, organisational cultures and representation in leadership

Timing: Morning, Wednesday, 9th May 2018

Venue: Central London

Westminster Employment Forum Keynote Seminar

with

Denise Wilson, Chief Executive, Hampton-Alexander Review

Sue Coe, Head of Employment, Equalities and Human Rights Commission

Elysia McCaffrey, Deputy Director for Gender Pay Gap, Government Equalities Office

and

Charlotte Avery, St Mary’s School, Cambridgeshire and Girls’ Schools Association;Hannah Bradshaw, Covington & Burling;Dr Carole Easton, Young Women’s Trust;Bola Fatimilehin, Royal Academy of Engineering;Mark Freed, E2W;Deborah Gilshan, Aberdeen Standard Investments and The 30% Club;Kate Grussing, Sapphire Partners;Samantha Rennie, Rosa;Pauline de Souza, Diversity Art Forum andCharles Wynn-Evans, Dechert

Chaired by:

Dawn Butler MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities and Gillian Keegan MP, Co-Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Women at Work

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Timing: Morning, Wednesday, 9th May 2018

Venue: Central London

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Please note there is a charge for most delegates, although concessionary and complimentary places are available (subject to terms and conditions - see below).

The focus:

Further steps that can be taken by government, employers and others to improve opportunity and equality at work for women.

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Context:

Key discussion points:

Organisational cultures - next steps for tackling discrimination, improving dialogue and addressing sexual harassment.