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May 10, 2016
10
May

“Girls just want equal funds” sings Cyndi Lauper and James Corden

Cyndi Lauper and James Corden took to the stage on The Late Late Show this week to perform “Girls just want to have fun” with a twist. The iconic singer replaced the words with “Girls just want equal funds” to highlight the pay gap between men and women. The gender pay gap is calculated on...
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10
May

Sarah Wood, Co-CEO of Unruly, and Cassandra Stavrou, Co-Founder of Propercorn, win at Veuve Clicquot awards

Sarah Wood, Founder and Co-CEO of Unruly and Cassandra Stavrou, Co-Founder and CEO of Propercorn have been crown winners of the 2016 Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award and New Generation Award. The Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Awards are regarded as the ‘Oscars’ amongst female entrepreneurs and business leaders. The awards were first launched 43 years...
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10
May

35% of men less productive at work due to hangovers compared to 18% of females, study finds

More than a third of male workers (35%) have gone to work with a hangover, which has significantly affected their productivity compared to 18% of females a new study has found. Commissioned by Willis PMI Group, part of Willis Towers Watson, the survey questioned 1,197 workers and found that overall 28% of workers have gone...
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10
May

Children lose interest in tech in late teens, finds survey

Children lose interest in careers in technology as they reach their late teenage years, according to a survey from Nominet and Parent Zone. The study found that 77% of children aged 11 to 12 are more likely to be inspired by a career in IT, as opposed to 63% of 17 to 18 year olds....
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Moving home
10
May

4 Tips to Help Independent Women Afford a Home

Looking for a new pad? Women today will no longer settle for being a homemaker and would rather pursue a big career and build big for the future. These women only have two things in mind, and that is to watch over themselves and prepare for a future family – should the right man come...
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Dame Stephanie Shirley
10
May

Steve Speaks Out | City Eye

“I look at it purely in an humanitarian way. 10,000 unaccompanied children were welcomed in this country in 38/39. We are now talking about 3,000 unaccompanied children in a much wealthier Britain. I can’t understand how people can turn away from the humanitarian issue, of children, unaccompanied, milling around in Europe trying to find a...
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10
May

Sadiq Khan receives letter from high profile women to erect statue of Suffragette in Parliament Square

Emma Watson, JK Rowling, Sandi Toksvig, Stella Creasy and Jess Philips are just a few of the high profile women who have signed a letter to the new Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, asking for his support to erect a statue of a Suffragette in Parliament Square. The letter firstly congratulates Sadiq Khan on his...
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10
May

Managing Offensive remarks

We have all been in situations where we hear offensive remarks: either directed at us, or at others within our team or group of friends. Managing offensive remarks is something we all have to step up to at some point. I was prompted to discuss this topic and also broadcast an episode of the podcast following...
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