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Saturday is International Women's Day, which arose from an early-20th-century socialist suffrage movement and has since become a national holiday in about two dozen countries—in some of them, a holiday "for women only." Take that, HR guidelines! What quickly becomes clear is that there are countless ways to succeed on gender equality—whether it's implementing policies that encourage women to choose higher-paying professions, allowing employees more workplace flexibility, or developing a culture that encourages equity in housework. (the whole socialism thing probably wasn't great for its American branding), but it does present an opportunity to evaluate how various countries are doing by their female workers."We're the only franchise in the country with coffee roasters in most of our stores.It gives us a real, authentic feel." Bowler says he's far from blase about the success.The aim to be one of Christchurch's largest, locally-owned coffee shop franchises is firmly on track for Black and White Coffee Cartel and Houses.By the end of this year there will be nine shops in the city bearing the banner.
If we're going to have competition then it might as well be ourselves."I think Black and White has a big future largely because the current coffee franchises are out of date, very 90s."The 26-year-old says what makes Black and White unique is its mico-roasters.
"I had a hard run in Wellington, but Christchurch has welcomed me with open arms and the support has been phenomenal.
There has been a few teary nights of gratitude." Its current stores are at 83 Victoria St, The Crossing central city, 32 Oxford Terrace and Bush Inn, Upper Riccarton.
But it could be that in fast-changing economies (such as Mexico and South Africa), women are entering computer science at higher rates in an attempt to maximize their earning potential.
Or it could be that in some cultures, computer science is simply not viewed as a masculine field—a factor that researchers have observed in countries with more equitable STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) balances.
Meanwhile, in countries that we usually think of as more progressive, like Belgium and Switzerland, women are far more likely to go into fields like education, health, and the humanities.