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With the unemployment rate in the United States at an all time high, interviews can be very stressful for many job-seekers so it is imperative that you showcase your unique abilities and demonstrate you are an ideal candidate for the company. In order for you to project the best image during your interview, you must feel good in your clothing, have a positive outlook, and remember that when in doubt, boring is better. The general rules for proper attire to an interview vary by gender, job industry, and season.
Global HR Forum 2014 | C-1 | Creating Jobs for Women * Randall Eberts Presient, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research * Youngock Kim Senior Fellow, Korea Women's Development Institute * Hyewon Ko Senior Research Fellow, Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training(KRIVET) * Hiroyuki Fukuhara Professor, Department of Economics, Osaka City University, Japan Moderated by * Sangmee Bak Professor, Division of International Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies 2013 Korean female employment with 53.9% is the highest level since 2000, but it is still a low level compared with the OECD average of 57.2% (in the 15 to 64 age range, 2012). Especially, women in their 30s’career discontinuity by childbirth and rearing is 52.5% and a third of them haven’t been employe...
Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews 'All That Stands In The Way' is a BBC documentary following the lives of four teenage girls in Jordan, Lesotho, Iceland & UK in an effort to understand the roots of gender inequality. There is no country in the world where men and women are equal. Contact reporter Ros Atkins on Twitter @BBCRosAtkins. Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/bbcnews Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
In this powerful talk, executive director Sarah Costa explains the work of the Women's Refugee Commission, and discusses the current crisis. The numbers are staggering: one in 122 people across the world have been forced to flee, and the majority are women and children. The average length of displacement is 20 years. What can be done to help? For full transcript and audio and video clips, please go to: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/studio/multimedia/20160621b/index.html
Track 12 'Anta Rabhi Ou Ras Ma' by Cheikha Rimitti from the fabulous 1995 3CD compilation set Global Divas Voices From Women of The World Disc 3. Cheikha Rimitti was a popular Algerian raï female singer. She was born in Tessala, a small village in western Algeria in 1923, and named Saadia, meaning joyful. This name did not match the reality of her early life, however, as she had been orphaned as a child and began to live rough, earning a few francs working in the fields and doing other menial jobs. At 15 she joined a troupe of traditional Algerian musicians and learnt to sing and dance. In 1943 she moved to the rural town of Relizane and began writing her own songs. Her songs described the tough life endured by the Algerian poor, focusing on everyday struggle of living, pleasures of sex, ...
Chief Operating Officer Judith McKenna speaks with PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi at Walmart's inaugural Global Women's Forum. To learn more about Women's Economic Empowerment, visit http://corporate.walmart.com/global-responsibility/womens-economic-empowerment/
"Getting Down to Business: Women, Work, and the Global Economy" seminar, held in George Washington University on the sidelines of the World Bank Spring Meetings. Panelists included: -Dr Sahar Nasr, Minister of International Cooperation. -Mr. David Lipton, former First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund. -Ms. Laura Tyson, former member of the US Department of State Foreign Affairs Policy Board and a member of President Obama’s Council of Jobs and Competitiveness and the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board. -Ms. Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International. -Mr. Lant Pritchett, Professor of the Practice of International Development at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Moderated by BBC lead anchor, Katty Kay.
All carers & supporters welcome. Protest against cuts, caps, hunger, evictions and fear -- they hurt us and they hurt our children. 11am Saturday 13th April 2013 Assemble at Tottenham Town Hall N15 4RY. Seven Sisters Move off at 11.30 -- march up Tottenham High Road to BRUCE CASTLE PARK tennis courts entrance N17 8NS For a PUBLIC SPEAK-OUT Bring your buggies and children, and other family members. Invite your friends. All communities together to defend our rights. We care for children and others in the community. Justice = recognition of our caring work, a living income, affordable homes for all. No one should be made homeless or destitute. The welfare cuts target the poorest among us and must be stopped. Stop evictions, stop ghettoes. No ethnic/social cleansing. Thousands of families ...
The Tori Burch case study.
Catalyst President and CEO, Deborah Gillis, provides the keynote speech on the topic of Inclusive Leadership at the General Motors Global Women's Leadership Summit, Building a Winning Culture - Why Women Matter (2005).
WEConnect International helps women-owned businesses succeed in global value chains. We identify, educate, register, and certify women's business enterprises based outside of the U.S. that are at least 51% owned, managed, and controlled by one or more women, and then connects them with multinational corporate buyers. Learn more www.weconnectinternational.org
Learn more about WGN and its mission and vision in this conversation with WGN Founder Linda Lattimore. www.wgn-global.com TRANSCRIPTION ------------------------------- Hello, My name is Linda Lattimore and I am the founder of the Women's Global Network, a women's business networking group that I launched in 2006. Throughout my career as both an attorney and the owner of different companies, I have observed and listened to the needs of women in the workforce both in the corporate world and as business owners competing neck to neck with other companies that had more connections or perhaps more funding. So many times, they were just looking for another woman to talk with who had already walked the path and who could just point them in the right direction. They were looking for...