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September 5, 2016
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05
Sep

Vacancy of the week: Relationship Manager

UBS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our workforce. What we offer UBS can offer you an environment geared towards performance, attractive career opportunities, and an open corporate culture that values and rewards the contribution of every individual....
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mother teresa featured
05
Sep

Mother Teresa declared a saint by the Pope

Pope Francis has declared Mother Teresa a saint in a ceremony at the Vatican. Thousands attended the ceremony in St Peter’s Square to hear Mother Teresa declared a saint, nearly twenty years after her death. Mother Teresa’s work caring for the poor in India, and two apparent miracles helped contribute towards her sainthood. In 2002,...
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05
Sep

Vacancy of the Week: CRM Executive

Lloyd’s is the world’s specialist insurance and reinsurance market. With expertise earned over centuries, Lloyd’s is the foundation of the insurance industry and the future of it. Led by expert underwriters and brokers who cover more than 200 territories, the Lloyd’s market develops the essential, complex and critical insurance needed to underwrite human progress. Backed...
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Nicola Sturgeon featured
05
Sep

The Sunday Times criticised for all-female, ‘childless politicians’ feature

The Sunday Times has been criticised for a news article focusing on ‘childless politicians’ that only included women. The article comprised of a book extract about Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, discussed details of her miscarriage at the age of 40. The piece featured a side box entitled, ‘childless politicians’ but only listed women. The...
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05
Sep

Are women born to lead?

What women and the world’s greatest leaders have in common. For decades, psychologists have been compiling a list. That list includes all the traits that the greatest leaders of all time have demonstrated—the traits that we still admire, respect and look for in our current leaders. That list is certainly not exhaustive, and it will...
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05
Sep

Why call us “Women” leaders? and not just “Leaders?”

I loved reading the Linkedin article written by Carol Sankar, author of the Confidence Factor For Women series. In her article entitled The Confidence Factor for Women: Are you a leader or “woman” in leadership? Carol posed this question… “If a woman is just as qualified as a man to lead at the same level,...
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jeremy corbyn featured
05
Sep

Backlash as Jeremy Corbyn calls for ban on ‘sexist’ after-work drinks

Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn has faced a public backlash after calling for a ban on ‘sexist’ after work drinks. Corbyn has suggested that employers should discourage a culture of drinking after work, as it is unfair on working mothers. Launching his manifesto to improve women’s rights, Corbyn said, “A substantial number of women who quite...
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05
Sep

Calls for the fashion industry to promote ‘normal-sized women’ ahead of London Fashion Week

The fashion industry has once again received calls for it to use models of a healthy weight, in the hope of tackling the problem of eating disorders. The Women’s Equality Party have announced the launch of its #NoSizeFitsAll campaign, which aims to tackle the growing number of women and girls suffering eating disorders by going...
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