Gender equality in the workplace

Over the past twenty years, women have made huge gains in the workplace but full job equality is still far from reality. How do we expect to propel economies to new heights when women’s potential is not fully realised?

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Education for well-being: Online discussion

We know education is an essential component of well-being, so what makes an education that promotes well-being? Join the online discussion.

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Finance and enterprise affairs: Call for papers

It is easy to say that in policy planning we need to move away from a narrow focus on material growth to a broader notion of well-being and inclusiveness, but how do we go about it?

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Job Quality - It's not just about having a job

Workers in high-strain jobs, who don’t receive adequate support to cope with difficult work demands, are more likely to suffer from job burnout, to develop musculoskeletal disorders, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease. The list is long, and worrying.

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Bringing home the filet mignon

Our grandmothers and mothers did not fight for gender equality in vain. Women in the OECD are nowadays better off and more educated than in the past, have better career prospects and can make key decisions about their own lives. But full gender equality remains an unattained goal almost everywhere.

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