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April 23, 2018
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Apr

Video CVs risk widening the diversity gap

Video CVs could risk widening the diversity gap, according to an industry expert. At a time when reports suggest that technology, including the likes of video CVs, is taking over the recruitment industry, a leading professional recommendation platform is urging hirers and employers to be more flexible and avoid being overly wowed by tech at...
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23
Apr

What are your daily spending habits costing you?

Everyday expenditures can become such the norm that we hardly notice what we are spending. Luckily for us, the experts at Scottish Trust Deed  have highlighted the costings of our minor purchases in order to determine how much we can save by cutting them out. It’s just a Coffee A coffee on the commute to...
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23
Apr

Positions of power in every sector of society are dominated by men

Positions of power in every sector of society are dominated by men, according to new research. Through its new Sex and Power Index, the Fawcett Society has revealed the extent of male-dominated power positions in 2018. The Index reveals that women make up just six per cent of FTSE 100 CEOs; 16.7 per cent of...
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23
Apr

My advice for budding entrepreneurs | Aileen Gilani

My advice begins with the first step which, as cliché as it sounds, is to actually start your business. I always say to people that if you are the kind of person that needs something official to get your act together, then do something official like registering your business on Companies House. There is a...
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23
Apr

Women could lose around £29,000 due to the pensions gender pay gap

Women could lose around £29,000 due to the pensions gender pay gap, according to new research. A study, conducted by Which?, found that men are still getting a better pension deal than women. The consumer champion analysed the latest Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) data and found significant disparities persist – with the average...
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