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January 27, 2014
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Jan

Shared parental leave, time it happened or waste of time? | Andrea May, Parental Choice

Jo Swinson, MP and the Minister for Employment Relations, recently confirmed that the Government’s plans for shared parental leave had come through consultation and were being included in the Children and Families Bill which will come into law in 2015. The aim of the legislation is to overhaul the current “Edwardian” (Nick Clegg Nov. 2013)...
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27
Jan

Journolink Launching Soon – New force to turn up the volume of the small business voice

Ever since David and Goliath, Small Businesses have been looking for the metaphorical stones to outdo big business. Stones like ‘flexibility’, ‘price’, ‘relationships’, ‘service quality’, and ‘pure and simple hard work’. But winning the Brand Profiling debate has always been a challenge. Big business means big budgets. Big business means proper resourcing. And big business...
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27
Jan

5 Tools to tackle emotional eating

If you’ve ever indulged in comfort eating, you’ll recognise this routine: Feel down – reach for biscuits/crisps/chocolate – briefly feel better – beat yourself up for lacking willpower – feel down – reach for another biscuit… etc. But it is possible to banish the emotional eating habit. Here are five tips I share on my...
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27
Jan

The Do’s & Don’ts of Women’s Business Attire | Part 1

I’m sure we’re all familiar with the popular idiom “Dress for Success.” However, I’m sure we’re all also familiar with the fact that this is not always as easy do to as it might seem. Thankfully, the team at New Look have put together a series of handy infographics filled with some simple guidelines to...
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27
Jan

About Lyme from Chantelle Lewis

Imagine going for a walk in England -maybe a national park or just your local city park. With your children, having a wonderful Sunday wandering our glorious countryside in the sunshine. What you might fail to notice is that during your walk you or your child get a hitchhiker – a tick the size of...
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27
Jan

Computer says No: Lloyds Bank IT – Outage causes anger in customers

Another IT blunder at another leading retail bank.  This weekend saw Lloyds Banking Group customers without the ability to use their cards and cause again unnecessary frustration and anger. The Lloyds Banking Group has apologised after customers were unable to withdraw money from cash points or pay for goods with their debit cards.  The group...
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27
Jan

Vacancy of the week: Mobility Specialist – Commerce | London | Accenture

Company Name: Accenture Location: City of London Job Type: Permanent London Old Bailey What is the purpose of the role? Accenture Mobility has the ambition to be the world’s leading enterprise mobility enabler for the leaders of the global digital economy. This will be achieved by partnering with the leaders of the global digital economy –...
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27
Jan

A date in a pretentious pub – Marcello M Dating Blog

We walked into a gastropub in Brockley, South London to find it only half full of people. And yet one could say the bar was packed – with reserved signs. At every table sat a tiny tableau with someone’s name, ‘Sam’ and three friends had conquered the long table, ‘Milly’ et al. had the sofa...
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