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May 16, 2019
compassionate leader, team meeting, listening featured
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May

I’m suffering from depression and anxiety – how do I tell my boss?

Anxiety and depression are the most common mental health conditions in the UK; one in three people will experience symptoms during their lifetime. During Mental Health Awareness Week, a top Priory psychiatrist talks employees through ten important tips – and reminds employers to make mental health their business… In today’s economic climate, many can be...
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Cupcake day featured
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May

Five reasons why you should host a Cupcake Day in your office | Alzheimer’s Society

Don’t worry if you haven’t whipped up some sweet treats for World Baking Day this Friday, instead have a think about how your baking can make a real difference to people in June. Alzheimer’s Society is calling on offices to bake a difference for people with dementia, by taking part on Cupcake Day, which is...
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Oliver Wyman featured
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May

Relaunch Programme | Oliver Wyman

Oliver Wyman has created a 15-week programme for returners, which is designed to help and support you re-join the workforce after taking a career break. If you are thinking about returning to work in management consulting, Oliver Wyman would love to hear from you. You will be supported by a network of individuals, whilst working on...
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Mental health featured
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May

Climbing the career ladder getting you down? Bupa calls for employees to be supported during career milestones

Landing a promotion, getting your first full-time job or returning to work after having a baby are all meant to be exciting milestones in a person’s life. However, high expectations of these events can leave us feeling underwhelmed when they actually occur. To mark Mental Health Awareness Week (13-19th May), Bupa Health Clinics1 has released...
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Women at LBS London Business School featured
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May

Female students from London Business School reflect on their experiences

Women at London Business School (LBS) are a diverse group of individuals, with our female students and alumnae at the forefront of every sector and industry around the globe. We believe that a first-class education combined with the support of an inspiring global community is integral in preparing women for leadership roles. Armed with an...
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sanitary products featured
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May

Stigma forces half of menstruators to lie about period pain at work

Stigma forces half of menstruators to lie about period pain at work, according to a new study. The research, conducted by CIPD training specialist DPG, found that almost half – 48 per cent – of UK workers who experience periods recognise a definite stigma against them. As a result of this taboo, six out of...
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Sarah Weir OBE, Design Council featured
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May

Inspirational Woman: Sarah Weir OBE | CEO, Design Council

Sarah Weir is CEO of Design Council. She was previously Executive Producer at the Roundhouse in London, Chief Executive of Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire and her other past roles include Chief Executive of The Legacy List, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park charity (now called Foundation for Future London); Head of Arts and Cultural Strategy for...
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Julie Hadfield featured
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May

“How I made Partner” | Julie Hadfield, EY talks to Talking Talent

Fifteen years ago, Julie Hadfield was an accountant at EY, and struggling with low confidence. Now, she is a Partner at EY, mother of three young children, and co-creator of EY Absolute. It wasn’t easy, but she believes a combination of hard work, coaching and grit have empowered her to be more vocal about her...
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