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May 11, 2018
wellbeing
11
May

Why your mental wellbeing needs to be your number one priority at work

Recently, a spate of articles have emerged praising CEO Ben Congleton for his response to his employee’s out of office email. It wasn’t a message of thanks for their work on a tough report, or a heads-up that the car park rota is about to change; he was heralding his employee Madalyn for being open...
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diversity in the workplace featured
11
May

How diversity in the workplace can improve profitability

  With the growing publicity and outrage around the lack of diversity and inclusion in British workplaces, business owners concerned about brand perceptions and potential PR blunders (Starbucks anyone?), should instead consider how increased representation in their workforce can actually have a positive impact on profitability. The main points of contention at the upcoming Diversity...
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Networking
11
May

How the power of networking can help women get ahead

  The recent coverage of gender pay gaps at large firms casts an alarming light on the inequality between men and women in employment. With three-quarters of organisations reporting that they pay males more than females, it’s clear that we are far from creating an equal playing field for everyone in the workplace. Indeed, it’s...
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11
May

Inspirational Woman: Poppy Jaman | CEO and co-founder of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England

Poppy is the CEO and one of the co-founders of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England. MHFA is a Community Interest Company (CIC). This World Mental Health Day it is leading on the goal of increasing the number of Mental Health First Aiders, by providing participants with the skills and confidence to recognise the signs...
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