Influential Women in IP: ‘male-shaped’ career path blocks women
Maintaining a work-life balance while still getting recognition for professional achievements is a challenge for many women working in IP, but as discussed yesterday, September 12 at WIPR’s Influential Women in IP conference in London, there are ways to manage this problem.
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Women in IP, work-life balance, International Labour Organization, gender diversity, imposter syndrome, flexible working