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Live it, and do it, and prove that in the relevant role, flexible working works. Donna: A large portion of our workforce is train drivers, this is predominantly seen as a male role, I think in part because of the shift working and unsociable hours.
Lucy: I like being challenged and this job can be very challenging! Emma: I guess it just stems from old fashioned education. I personally have a flexible working arrangement in place and Pussy to fuck Fredericktown Ohio part time. That is of course noting that not all roles offer the ability to do flexible working. Women, whether they work full or part time, still tend to take on primary carer responsibilities at home, with children or supporting elderly relatives.
Donna: The understanding that sometimes you have to start at the bottom to get to the top. Engineering is now actively encouraging and recruiting diversity, and rail has become so much more than an engineering industry alone.
Be noticed for the right reasons, not the wrong ones. So the fact it is changing can only be a good thing. Donna: Emmeline Pankhurst — she helped women win the right to vote. Treat people like you would want to be treated.
Lucy: Concentrate on equality. Lucy: I honestly believe it is mental health.
It also seemed a lot more meritocratic back then, but that may have been perception rather than reality? Donna: I love the broad range of roles within the industry, the diversity of people and the fact that we are providing a service to customers.
Lucy: I really admire Cynthia Nixon. Emma: Whatever your role, talk to everyone! Clare: In my view, the feeling that the world is getting more narrow-minded and reactionary.
Clare: Ladies seeking nsa Maplewood Maine 4095 an engineering or driving point of view, women were ly steered away from, or at least not actively encouraged to pursue those types of careers so the fact that is changing is encouraging, but has led to some under-representation.
Emma: There is so much to learn. Support each other and be kind.
We have a good flexible working policy here. Note that there can be multiple Railcards selected, and a value of Passengers with Selected Railcard must be sent for each one Woman seeking sex Vian. As a company that prides itself in offering equality in career opportunities, this statistic is not representative of where we want to be. What can be done to redress?
Clare: Be visible, be vocal, know your worth. No two days are ever the same. Culturally the industry has moved a long way, most if not all Train Operating companies have women on their Copen WV cheating wives.
Emma: Sandi Toksvig — she has an extraordinary mind and despite being told at a very young age that she is wrong to be gay, wrong to question everything and later in life being turned down by BBC bosses for Wives seeking sex PA Wilkinsburg 15221 a woman, she cracked on, ignoring all the negativity. Show you can be a good colleague and team player.
Why do you think that is?
What do you love about working in the Rail industry? Which woman inspires you most and why? All employees have a legal right to request flexible working but ultimately it is down to the employer. Not glam enough?
Emma: Hopefully having too much choice in their careers. Do what you say you are going to do. This is all changing though with education now pushing everyone, regardless of gender into any role they want which is fabulous. The possibilities open to me when I started out, E. I think it is harder for the next generation, irrespective of gender.
Emma: This always feels like a question centred around raising Barneston-NE sex on the side family and having not had children, I automatically feel like I have an easier ride!
1. what do you love about working in the rail industry?
We are all equals. I like seeing my male colleagues working from home in order to share childcare needs. That said, I started work in the middle of a huge downturn so there is no optimal time and there are challenges for every generation.
Clare: Michelle Obama — she is just truly amazing in her own right in terms of what she achieved, as a daughter, as a student, as a lawyer, as a Public official long before she became the wife of the US President. Lucy: Rail was mainly an engineering based industry.
Buy tickets. Clare: The challenge, both practical and intellectual.
No day is the same. I recommend her recent book about travelling on the 12 bus.
2. it’s typically an industry in which women are underrepresented. why do you think that is?
Is it harder for women? What advice would you give to women just starting out in the rail industry? What will be the biggest challenge to the generation of women behind you? In fact, marrying him [Obama] was the least impressive thing she did in all of her career.
Here at c2c we welcome people of all genders and backgrounds into our railway family. An impossible job that she carried out brilliantly. But things have changed and are changing still.