The Gender Pay Gap

Agile Working and Navigating Maternity

Package Code: (EDTP03)

Package Price: £40 + VAT

Are you getting the most out of your staff? Hear from leading policy experts how flexible working patterns can allow more and more talented individuals to keep contributing to your business’ success. A thoughtful panel discussion gives real-world examples from women who’ve been able to balance childcare with successful work lives thanks to agile working.

Included with these presentations is a “best resource” research index to save you time finding key legislation documentation and statistics.


Materials included in this training pack:


VIDEOS


VIDEO 1: New Ways of Working: Flexible Hiring – A strategy to retain and promote the best

Emma Stewart MBE, Joint Chief Executive Officer, Timewise Foundation

Emma Stewart MBE, Joint CEO of Timewise, provides three key approaches to help organisations release the potential of a flexible workforce. Managers can expect to see an increase in employee retention, motivation, and productivity simply by following her suggestions to improve job design and advertising.
Duration: 17 Mins 09 Secs


VIDEO 2: How new ways of working can ensure your organisation retains and promotes the best

Caroline Waters OBE, Deputy Chair, Equality and Human Rights Commission

Caroline Waters OBE, Deputy Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, enumerates the interplay of factors contributing to the gender pay gap,  as well as explaining how a more progressive and open attitude to addressing pregnancy and maternity discrimination can help to combat the problem.
Duration: 24 Mins 14 Secs


VIDEO 3: How new ways of working can ensure your organisation retains and promotes the best

Panel Debate
  • Laura Davies, Advisory Panel Member, Young Women’s Trust
  • Sophie Kathir, Past Advisory Panel Member, Young Women’s Trust
  • Ailie MacAdam, Managing Director – Infrastructure, Bechtel Ltd.
  • Caroline Waters OBE, Deputy Chair, Equality and Human Rights Commission
  • Emma Stewart MBE, Joint Chief Executive Officer, Timewise Foundation

Sophie Kathir, and Laura Davies explain the importance of agile working to young mothers, while Emma Stewart MBE of Timewise, Ailie MacAdam of Bechtel, and Caroline Waters OBE of the Equality and Human Rights Commission discuss unconscious bias training and retaining the best talent within organisations through flexible working.
Duration: 29 Mins 04 Secs


RESEARCH INDEX

  • Links to the key legislation documentation and statistics

SLIDE PRESENTATIONS

  • Emma Stewart MBE Presentation Slides (PDF)
  • Caroline Waters OBE Presentation Slides (PDF)

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

  • Ailie MacAdam, Managing Director – Infrastructure, Bechtel Ltd.
  • Caroline Waters OBE, Deputy Chair, Equality and Human Rights Commission
  • Emma Stewart MBE, Joint Chief Executive Officer, Timewise Foundation
  • Laura Davies, Advisory Panel Member, Young Women’s Trust
  • Sophie Kathir, Past Advisory Panel Member, Young Women’s Trust