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September 4, 2018
a New Normal Square featured
04
Sep

Why inclusion requires a leap of imagination | A New Normal

The business case is clear: Diverse organisations are more likely to be profitable and productive (as cited by McKinsey in their report “Why Diversity Matters”). Deloitte noted in their report “Waiter, is that inclusion in my soup?” that employees who feel included at work are significantly more likely to be high achievers, and to feel...
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Kristin Jaworski featured
04
Sep

Inspirational Woman: Kristin Jaworski | Trail Boss & Director of the Fort Worth Herd

Kristin was raised around livestock and horses from a young age which ignited her interest in this industry. Kristin acquired the title ‘Trail Boss’ in 2002 obtaining the responsibility for the day-to-day administration of the world’s only twice daily Texas Longhorn Cattle Drive the Fort Worth Herd, managed by the Fort Worth Convention & Visitors...
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underpaid, desk featured
04
Sep

Six signs you’re being underpaid

You are the first to arrive in the office and the last to leave, you are accountable for most of your departments tasks and you fuel your colleagues with endless coffee runs. However, each month your funds are dangerously low as your wage does not mirror your flair in the workplace. Is this the norm...
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Alison Cork featured
04
Sep

What I learned running as the next Boris | Alison Cork

I was sitting at the dinner table one evening in May. It had been a normal busy day in my office and I was looking forward to some light hearted chat with the kids. My telephone pinged to tell me there was a text. It was a particularly insistent ping, so rather unusually, I looked...
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