Women at the Start

We look at how today’s young women should prepare for the world of work. We explain the importance of making the most of alumni contacts, how to make a case without being interrupted by men, and why becoming a reverse-mentor can help younger employees move ahead early in their career

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Networking, patience, and asking for feedback will help you get ahead at work

Intergenerational learning can help foster inclusion and diversity

Start saving young to benefit from tax breaks and employer top-ups

Lack of transparency makes it hard for women to find the right jobs

Communication skills can help young women make their voices heard above the men

If traditional structures do not deliver, there are alternatives