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Property Week looks deeper at people issues in property with our diversity campaign and our annual PW Power 100

Manchester at mipim panel

Open plan: equality is improving but we still have a long way to go

2018-03-16T00:00:00+00:00By Jonathan Goldstein

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.

Construction woman

Construction industry must attract more women


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.

Michela Hancock

Open plan: we must take a bold approach to parental dialogue

2018-02-23T07:00:00+00:00By Michela Hancock

“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.

Sexual harassment

Investigating sexual misconduct in the workplace

2018-01-03T08:52:00+00:00By Melanie Stancliffe

Melanie Stancliffe explains what employers need to do if they have to deal with allegations of sexual misconduct in the office

Accessible places

Industry committed to making retail places accessible to all

2017-12-04T14:59:00+00:00By Giulia Bunting

Shopping and accessing entertainment come high on the list of challenging experiences for people with disabilities, both physical and hidden such as autism, dementia and mental health conditions, and the number of people facing these barriers is increasing.

More on our diversity charter

Forty under 40

  • Forty Under 40: The names revealed

  • Forty Under 40: The Party

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