In one of my first Property Week columns, I wrote about the need for greater diversity and gender equality in the industry. For this I was heavily criticised by many senior individuals, who took the time to call me and tell me I was wrong.
In the lead-up to International Women’s Day this week (8 March) it has been encouraging to see a number of articles on diversity appearing in Property Week, including the recent Best Places to Work in Property 2018 report.
“I plan to start a family imminently.” It’s not something many women would feel confident saying in an interview, nor is it something many interviewers would expect to hear.
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