In a special AM ‘guest opinion’ post to mark International Women’s Day, Julia Muir explains how fixing car retail to to allow women to feel safe and thrive has little to do with being ‘woke’ or ‘politically correct’.
In the first of two specially-written AM 'guest opinion' posts to mark International Women's Day, Jacqui Barker head of commercial at drivvn, explains why the drive towards digital and greater diversity in the workforce is set to transform car retail.
Women in car retail are losing out disproportionately during the COVID-19 pandemic as they step back from their careers amid the pressures of home schooling and stereotypical household responsibilities.
A lack of opportunity has been highlighted as a key issue for women pursuing a career in the automotive sector, with 57% failing to see a career path to their desired post and 42% perceiving a bias towards men.
PSA Group's Linda Jackson, former England Cricket captain Clare Connor and Bentley Motors board member Astrid Fontaine will appear in Autocar’s annual Great Women in the British Car Industry event as it goes virtual for 2020.
Autocar Great British Women in the Car Industry award winner Charlotte Stevens has said that “the sky’s the limit” thanks to the opportunities and support provided by her current employer Jardine Motors Group.
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