Women in Business

It’s still jobs for the boys in Germany. Plus: Carrie Gracie on the fight for equal pay; gig workers’ gender pay gap; 100 women influencing UK engineering; women at the top in banking; female peacekeepers; period pain is a workplace question

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Despite Merkel, the cards are stacked against female managers finding success

Carrie Gracie: the most urgent question is ‘How do we beat this?’

Many like the flexibility of the gig economy but they sacrifice earnings parity

Alison Rose appointment at RBS will lead to more meaningful comparisons

Reproductive health is an equality question in the workplace

Helen Brown and Julia Hemmings: ‘It’s important that we are judged together’

More from this Special Report

Plus: 100 women influential in the UK’s engineering sector

Sylvia Ann Hewlett: use common sense to banish fears of gossip

Women gather good intelligence and reduce violence in the communities they protect

Social entrepreneur’s venture teaches horticultural skills

Priya Paul took a gamble on rebranding the family hospitality business

Many women hit their stride at 50 just as society’s second bias kicks in

‘What should the next generation of women experience in their working lives and what will your generation do to create this?’