St James's Place (SJP) has been accused of using dated stereotypes in its efforts to try and attract women to its academy.
"Dated" and "very stereotypical" were the words used to describe a recent event hosted by the SJP Academy at up-market department store Harvey Nichols in Birmingham. The event in question, which took place on 25 September, was titled ‘Fashioning a New Career' and was targeted at women interested in moving into financial advice. SJP promised attendees 45 minutes of browsing time at the store, as well as a 30-minute fashion and beauty presentation. The evening ended with shopping time and complementary...
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