Policy paper

Women's Business Council review: A view from business 6 months on

Report with case studies and a guide for employers looking at removing the barriers to female success and aspiration.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

Maximising women’s contribution to future economic growth: A view from business 6 months on

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Simple steps to unlocking potential - a guide for employers

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Created in 2012, the Women’s Business council (WBC) has advises business and government on what can be done to make sure women are not held back and get the same opportunities in their careers as men. The WBC has been engaging with business sectors to discuss innovative solutions, promote best practices and offer advice.

Read the news story and latest WBC infographics. These documents build on first report of the Women’s Business Council.

Read more about the work of the WBC.

Published 16 December 2013