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The Times 50 Most Desirable Men 2015 Episode 1

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    Behold, The Active Times 50! These are the leaders—the alpha males and females—of the fields (and subcategories) we cover: Running, Triathlon, Snow Sports, Water Sports, Biking, Climbing and Adventure. Even though their skills and endeavors are as different and diverse as the natural world itself, we wanted to recognize them as a group. They are like-minded, individualistic, achievement-oriented athletes dedicated to sports that take years to master, and often dangerous natural challenges to navigate—big mountains, steep slopes, huge waves, wild water. As different as they are, they have a lot in common.

    Opportunity Now managed The Times Top 50 Employers for Women list and judging process. Entry was by self nomination and open to any employer with a UK presence. Employers had to supply detailed information on what their organisation does internally as a top employer for women as well as what it does externally to promote gender equality, diversity and inclusion and to create opportunities for women in a wider context. Organisations were required to supply two case study stories of specific initiatives/programmes which demonstrated the work they were doing to create culture change. All the 4,500 word entry forms were stringently marked against a framework of best practice. The entries were assessed on an anonymous basis by a team of gender experts within Opportunity Now.