“We have a request – a crazy idea – but we have to ask!”
International Women's Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8 every year and is the focal point in the movement for the rights and acknowledgement of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
With Valentine's Day coming up and only a few months to go until the Women in Construction Summit kicks off, we asked our women in construction community what makes them passionate about working in the industry. Here's what you had to say:
On 16th of May 2019, we welcomed 800 attendees to Olympia, London to attend the annual Women in Construction Summit.
The Women in Construction Summit is back this summer and is set to build on all its previous successes. Our agenda is now live and packed with a stimulating programme of talks, workshops and more — take a first look.
Help us to celebrate and promote women working in the construction industry. We're revamping our Women in Construction Instagram page and want you to be a part of it!
Recent research from professional search engine findcourses.com has shown how diversity and inclusion training (D&I) can help the construction industry increase gender equality. How can you put it into practice in your organisation?
We've compiled a news roundup of the biggest stories in the construction sector for this year, with the top story of each month.
The disparity between male and female construction workers is still shockingly low, with only 9.9% of workers being female. A lower percentage than any of the other major work categories. Take a look at why the figures have regressed after WWII and remained stagnant since...