Whether you’re on the brink of a career breakthrough or not, the best way to get started is by getting to know yourself.
When encouraging female entrepreneurship, we need to make sure we include all women, says Marisa Bate – not just the ones with nothing to lose.
New research reveals talking about how much you love your job will make you the ultimate candidate. An interesting article by Monica Torres if you want to impress an interviewer, talk about how much you love what you do. Click here to read more
Personal growth expert and co-founder of BestSelf.co shares his tips to have your most productive week ever.
A big challenge for business leaders is making sure their employees are happy, engaged and working hard.
An interesting article on ‘Work Life Balance’ by Grace Marshall, mum of two and author of How to be Really Productive shares her five Work Life Balance truths: Click here to read more
National Work Life Week is an opportunity for both employers and employees to focus on well-being at work and work-life balance. Employers can use the week to provide activities for staff, and to showcase their flexible working policies and practices. Click here to find out more
Professional women juggling family commitments often get a raw deal. Claer Barrett of the FT meets a couple working in financial services. Click here to read the article
It’s been seen as the preserve of working mothers – but the four-day week should be an option for all, says Marisa Bate.
“In the 19th century, unions campaigned for an eight-hour day. In the 20th century, we won the right to a two-day weekend and paid holidays. So, for the 21st century, let’s lift our ambition again. I believe that in this century we can win a four-day working week, with decent pay for everyone.” Click here to read more
There is a buzz in the air, September always marks the start of something new, whether it is work or back to school. Lucy Denyer explores flexible working in the current climate. Click here to read full article