Unleashing her-story


  • Nation
  • Friday, 24 Mar 2017

Salters at the workplace: As storytellers, the women, and men, at Salt Media are starting a campaign to build the narrative of the Malaysian woman and fill the gaps in our history—to include her-story. Salt’s Women Unleash programme will include communications workshops to equip women with the skills to navigate the changing world of work as well as to nurture the habit of documenting our stories and ultimately lend weight to women’s voices—because Salt believes that every story matters.

The women and men storytellers at Salt Media have started a campaign to build the narrative of the Malaysian woman and fill the gaps in our history to include her-story. The Salt’s Women Unleash programme will include communications workshops to equip women with the skills to navigate the changing world of work as well as to nurture the habit of documenting our stories and ultimately lend weight to women’s voices – because Salt believes that every story matters.

Companies, we want to see the women that rock your workforce. Show your appreciation for them by joining Star Media Group’s International Women’s Day celebration with the WOW – Women do Wonders campaign! Until March 31, just use social media to post a picture of women at the workplace, with the hashtag #thestarwow. Do include a caption and your company name. You can also e-mail the pictures to online@thestar.com.my. Have fun
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