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May 18, 2018
18
May

Your rights when requesting flexible working

The days of nine to five working hours may soon be coming to an end. As workers move towards a healthier work/life balance with a greater focus on family time, more and more people are moving towards flexible working arrangements. You don’t have to be a parent or carer to request flexible working. Who can...
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menopause woman
18
May

Employers can profit from menopause

The Pharmaceutical Industry must be rubbing their hands together in glee counting the number of media column inches and air time recently being devoted to menopause. Not too surprising, for every positive mention, or endorsement of one of their products, sales increase significantly swelling their profits.  What is less certain, and probably doubtful, is whether...
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flexible working
18
May

Flexible working: The secret weapon in the battle for work-life balance

‘Hi, is this Sarah? I’m afraid Lucy is ill – can you come and pick her up right away, please?’ Every parent dreads getting that call. It’s not just the thought of your baby being ill, or knowing you’re definitely not getting a proper night’s sleep that night. It’s also knowing that you have to...
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work from home
18
May

Working from home: Top tips to improve your productivity

Whilst all of us who work in an office environment crave the odd day sitting on our bed in our PJ’s, working from home can be hard. Motivating yourself to work from home every day, maintaining productivity and focus can feel like climbing a mountain every day. Here are some top tips to help you...
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returners featured
18
May

My return to work | Georgina Hamblin

When you have a baby, your life is turned on its head. Maternity leave, whether you’ve taken the full 52 weeks, 26 or barely any, is a strange adjustment period, with your tiny baby your constant concern and the focus of all your attention. At some stage though, you will approach the question of your...
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millennials featured
18
May

Women at Whalar

  Whalar is an influencer marketing platform on a mission to liberate the creative voice. 60 per cent of the influencers on the Whalar platform are women. Chelsea Carter, Head of Content at Whalar told us more about why women are leading the way at Whalar. Influencer marketing is still a relatively new area of...
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