TJ Newsflash: 9 March

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Written by Debbie Carter on 9 March 2022 in News
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A look at the latest news and research from the TJ team

The week of International Women’s Day we focus on gender equality with articles from Gallup and UNESCO and a new report on the great workplace divide from Ipsos and BITC is uncomfortable reading.

Wired looks back to the origins of hybrid working in the 1960s and explores what we can learn from those early pioneers. While The New York Times looks at new research on how Covid affects our brains.

Recruiting Women Takes More Than Just Competitive Pay – Gallup 

Who Cares? Business in the Community & Ipsos research reveals the great workplace divide – Ipsos & BITC

International Women’s Day: How Jeska and Fajelina turned their lives around in Tanzania through education – UNESCO

Covid may cause changes in the brain, a new study finds – New York Times

The Original Hybrid Workers Can Teach Us How to Do It Right – Wired 

 

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