Reasons given for suggesting how employees should dress sexier included saying it would “help to win new business” or that it was important to “look nicer for the team”.
Offices may be closed but workplace sexism is still thriving – with women being told to dress “sexier” and wear make up for video calls, according to a new survey. Figures employment law firm Slater and Gordon showed 35% of women experienced at least one sexist workplace demand
UNIC Rio’s multitasking interns face the challenge of home office during the pandemic
“The day the earth stopped”, music by Raul Seixas, inspired Gabriella de Azevedo Carvalho, 25 years old, to name the dog she adopted the week she started quarantining because of the COVID-19 pandemic. At almost the exact same time, she also began work as an intern at the United Nations Information Center Nations for Brazil (UNIC Rio). Since then, her dog Raul has been her daily companion on her home office journey as a graphic designer for UNIC Rio