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What is maternal bias and what to do about it
What is maternal bias and what to do about it

Many working mothers encounter discrimination arising from maternal bias. Research shows that it is the strongest type of gender bias

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IWD 2021 Choose To Challenge

Leadership Wellbeing Career Progression Employee Development Diversity & Inclusion
What is attribution bias and what to do about it
What is attribution bias and what to do about it

Attribution bias refers to the errors we make when we try to find reasons for behaviour and that this means we favour men

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IWD 2021 Choose To Challenge

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What is performance bias and what to do about it
What is performance bias and what to do about it

Performance bias is the tendency to underestimate a woman’s performance and to overestimate a man’s

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IWD 2021 Choose To Challenge

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What is likeability bias and what to do about it
What is likeability bias and what to do about it

Likeability bias is the tendency to find women less likable when they don’t meet the expectations of traditional gender roles

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IWD 2021 Choose To Challenge

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What is affinity bias and what to do about it
What is affinity bias and what to do about it

Affinity bias is the natural tendency to gravitate towards people who are most like us

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IWD 2021 Choose To Challenge

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What is double discrimination and intersectionality bias and what to do about it
What is double discrimination and intersectionality bias and what to do about it

When different types of discrimination interconnect and overlap, this is called intersectionality

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IWD 2021 Choose To Challenge

Wellbeing Mentorship
Parenting during lockdown: useful links and resources
Parenting during lockdown: useful links and resources

Parenting during the pandemic is difficult - but help is at hand

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2021

Wellbeing
This Can Happen - Winter Wellbeing Seminar
This Can Happen - Winter Wellbeing Seminar

Winter Wellbeing - looking after your mental health

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Autumn 2020

Wellbeing
A disability network that helps you Thrive at Enterprise
A disability network that helps you Thrive at Enterprise

Thrive is a disability support network led by employees that helps employees meet and share stories

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Autumn 2020

Wellbeing
Could you be a mental health first aider?
Could you be a mental health first aider?

In the UK we currently have around 100 mental health first aiders – and we continue to expand our team

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Autumn 2020

Wellbeing Diversity & Inclusion
Being an LGBT woman at Enterprise
Being an LGBT woman at Enterprise

As an LGBTQ+ woman, it was important for Sina Geissler to apply to an LGBTQ+ inclusive organisation for her internship

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Autumn 2020

Wellbeing
Mind for better mental health
Mind for better mental health

The charity MIND strives to create programmes that enable better mental health for everyone.

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Autumn 2019

Wellbeing
Getting To Know Ed Spitzer
Getting To Know Ed Spitzer

Where are you from? Hazel Crest, Illinois (Southside of Chicago)

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Autumn 2019

Wellbeing
Parents at work
Parents at work

Aimed at engaging and empowering parents working in the rental operation, U4 recently held its first...

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Autumn 2019

Wellbeing
Managing stress at work
Managing stress at work

Unless you’re very lucky, stress at work is something you’re likely to face at some point in your career.

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Autumn 2019

Wellbeing
How the employee assistance programme can help
How the employee assistance programme can help

Anxiety and stress are common feelings that most people get but don’t always like to admit having.

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Autumn 2019

Wellbeing
The cultural implications of post-natal depression
The cultural implications of post-natal depression

The one thing I always hear when people find out I suffer from depression is “Ash, I would have never been able to tell.

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Autumn 2019

Wellbeing
Getting to know Tori Patrick
Getting to know Tori Patrick

Q&A with Tori

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Spring 2019

Wellbeing
Its okay to talk
Its okay to talk

Enterprise Rent-A-Car is committed to promoting an inclusive work environment where employees feel valued.

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Spring 2019

Wellbeing
How Enterprise Car Club helps working parents
How Enterprise Car Club helps working parents

Enterprise works hard to create an environment that helps all employees develop.

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Spring 2019

Wellbeing
Balancing work and religion
Balancing work and religion

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting.

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Summer 2018

Wellbeing
Developing your inner rubber band
Developing your inner rubber band

The concept of resilience is as simple as the metaphor of a rubber band.

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Summer 2018

Wellbeing
Seven habits of successful Enterprise careers
Seven habits of successful Enterprise careers

Research shows that we spend roughly 40-45% of our day in pre-rehearsed routines or ‘habits’.

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Summer 2018

Wellbeing
Its written in your face
Its written in your face

As humans we are capable of making over 10,000 different facial expressions

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Autumn 2017

Wellbeing
How do you cope with pressure?
How do you cope with pressure?

Drive reporter Saif Rehan caught up with European talent Acquisition Intern, Aaron Sherwood, to find out more about SMART

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Spring 2017

Wellbeing
Sharing the bond
Sharing the bond

Sarah Gillis talks to Storm Baines to find out about his experience of shared parental leave

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Spring 2017

Wellbeing
How do you prepare for maternity leave?
How do you prepare for maternity leave?

Clare Beynon spoke to mother of three, U4 Financial Controller, Caroline Howarth, currently at home with her third baby

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Spring 2017

Wellbeing
Day in the life of Jemma Dixon
Day in the life of Jemma Dixon

Promoted, before the birth of her daughter, Jemma Dixon shares juggling the role of area manager with family

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December 2016

Wellbeing
Getting to know Ashley Hever
Getting to know Ashley Hever

Q&A with Ashley

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August 2016

Wellbeing
Using keep in touch days strategically
Using keep in touch days strategically

During a 13-year career, Clare Beynon has had 2 children & learnt the importance of using keep in touch days strategically.

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April 2016

Wellbeing
Day in the life
Day in the life

Read about a typical day for Raj Dohil, Talent Acquisition Specialist, U1

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April 2016

Wellbeing
Leaning in delivers for women even at 36 weeks
Leaning in delivers for women even at 36 weeks

With a bit of planning, team work and co-operation, it’s possible to maintain performance even at later stages of pregnancy.

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June 2014

Wellbeing
Helping babies and branches to work together
Helping babies and branches to work together

Zoe Croll returned from almost a year’s maternity leave to an Alternative Work Arrangement (AWA) earlier this year.

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June 2014

Wellbeing
Seven day branches: a boon to working mums?
Seven day branches: a boon to working mums?

Here’s the story of two mums: Helen Burton and Rebecca Reed.

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June 2014

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