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October 10, 2017
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Oct

Stressed and single? The sea fixed it for me | Maybe No Baby Blog

It was October 2014 and I’d had enough. I was single, stressed and miserable – stuck doing work I didn’t love because I needed the money and didn’t have the courage to change. I had dreams – to write a book, to fall in love, to move to the seaside – but I didn’t know...
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Oct

World Mental Health Day: 60 per cent of employees have experienced mental health issues due to work

A mental health at work report has revealed that one in three employees have experienced work-related mental health issues. The report was conducted by Business in the Community, a charity, to investigate how attitudes towards mental health in the workplace had developed over time. It found that three out of every five employees have experienced...
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Female Entrepreneurs
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Oct

Female Australian entrepreneurs sought for mission to the UK

Female Australian founders of startups are being sought for a mission to London, to explore the world leading UK tech market. The UK Department for International Trade (DIT) has partnered with Startup Catalyst to offer a female founder of an Australian startup the opportunity to join Startup Catalyst’s ‘Female Founders Mission’ to London in November...
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Oct

08/12/17: The Enjoyable Life Series – What’s Your Story? | Conference with Vanessa Vallely

Come and be inspired through the life stories of others. Participants will leave encouraged and motivated. This is a place where people from all walks of life can come and connect with each other to learn, to share and to give back. Are you stuck? Are you wondering about your purpose in life? Are you...
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Networking
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Oct

Key networking tips for women looking to make it big in the business world

Networking can be quite difficult for anyone, but it can be especially difficult for women. The business world is still largely catered toward men and even though we women have proven to be exceptional at business, investing wisely and seeking out the best small business loan rates around, we still have to work much harder...
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Mental health featured
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Oct

More than ‘women’s issues’ | Creating a proactive mental health strategy for women at work

Our report, coupled with our annual group income protection claims statement, revealed some interesting statistics on the differences between men and women when it comes to mental health in the workplace. Under the age of 30, 12 percent of employed women reported experiencing mental health issues compared to seven percent of men, our claims statement...
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census
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Oct

2021 census could make declaring your gender optional

Citizens could opt out of stating their gender when they complete the next census in 2021, Office for National Statistics revealed yesterday. The ONS stated that in 2021’s national survey, the gender question could become voluntary due to claims that it discriminates against transgender people. In a report released in September, the ONS said the...
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Donna Karan
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Oct

Donna Karan blames victims for Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment

Designer Donna Karan started a social media frenzy after defending disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein. Daily Mail published an article with a clip of Karan, on the red carpet at Sunday’s CinéFashion Film Awards, being asked by a reporter to weigh in on the sexual harassment allegations. Speaking to the reporter, Karan suggested that how women...
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