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October 11, 2017
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Oct

Unique career perks to look for in 2018

As the economy begins to heat up, employers are becoming more creative in the ways they attract top talent. Although job seekers still rank company culture and senior leadership as their top considerations in choosing a job, employers are stacking the deck with unique benefits and perks to try to close the deal. According to...
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Oct

Harvey Weinstein’s wife leaves him as more harassment allegations emerge

Georgina Chapman has announced she is leaving Harvey Weinstein, as more sexual harassment claims surface. The British fashion designer, who has been married to Weinstein since 2007, released a statement to People, stating: “My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions. I have chosen to leave...
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workshop
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Oct

09/11/17: Voice At The Table Evening Workshop – Navigating the Organisational Landscape: Getting Started With Office Politics

Navigating the organisational landscape – getting started with positive ‘office politics’ ‘Office politics’ very often has negative connotations. However, where there are different people with varying interests, motivations and behaviours, political intelligence will always be necessary for individuals to carry out their roles effectively and progress their careers for personal and organisational benefit. Research indicates...
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Oct

Swapping home for the Himalayas

Having just returned from a three-week trip trekking Himalayas, I stepped straight back into the bustling day-to-day again almost straight off the plane. We all love to be busy that’s why we push ourselves and thrive to succeed. But I find increasingly that we as a generation (myself included in this) struggle to know when...
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Oct

Girls take on Beyoncé’s ‘Freedom’ for International Day of the Girl Child

Young girls around the globe have covered Beyoncé’s ‘Freedom’ in a video marking International Day of the Girl Child. The video from Project Everyone and directed by British filmmaker MJ Delaney, covers topics such as child marriage, female genital mutilation, domestic violence and human trafficking. Delaney shot the video in various locations including Tanzania and...
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