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Delivering Insights On How To Retain Female Talent In a Changing World

NES Fircroft and Energy Jobline, supported by POWERful Women, are proud to present the second edition of the Women In Energy Global Study.

The study is designed to highlight both the progress and challenges faced by women working in the energy sector in 2020. Produced from the results of an online survey of 3000 energy professionals, the study investigates key topics within the gender diversity movement. This year focusing particularly on Recruitment, Retention, and Mentoring.

Future-proofing the industry for the 21st century (as the sector transforms into a decarbonised, digitalised industry), will require the very best talent to drive initiatives through. The findings presented in this report can advance the progress, and process, of ‘effecting change’ in energy staffing through improved diversity best practice.

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