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May 23, 2019
Careers Club featured
23
May

Hear Me Roar – The Art of Clear Communication | A WeAreTheCity Careers Club Event

Careers Club & WeAreTheCity would like to invite you to join them for an evening of learning and networking, Hear Me Roar – The Art of Clear Communication with Esther Stanhope, Confidence Speaker & Founder, The Impact Guru. Wednesday 17th July 2019, 5.45pm – 8.45pm at LinkedIn, 123 Farringdon Rd, Farringdon, EC1M 3HE. Hear Me...
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Said Business School Diploma featured
23
May

Your bridge to board level performance | Oxford Executive Diplomas

Launched in 2006, the Oxford Executive Diplomas are four part-time postgraduate Oxford University qualifications designed for experienced professionals. These individual programmes provide a deep-dive into; Financial Strategy, Global Business, Organisational Leadership and Strategy and Innovation. Taught in Oxford in four, four-day modules over a year, the diploma format maximises organisational and personal impact, while minimising disruption to work...
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Rising Stars Landmark Hotel 2019 featured
23
May

03/07/19: WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Award’s Celebration | Book your ticket

Join WeAreTheCity and The Sunday Times to celebrate the achievements of 100 phenomenal women and our champion and company of the year. The Rising Star awards are a unique celebration of female talent below director level. The prestigious awards span 20 different industries and also include awards for a gender champions and company of the...
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shared parental leave, mum, dad, family featured
23
May

How employers can go beyond maternity leave for working mums

Returning to work after having a child can bring about a range of emotions for working mums; the sense of excitement of coming back to a job they have been away from for 9+ months, but also the associated stresses of combining work life and new responsibilities of childcare. While employers and HR professionals have...
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vPeter Byrne featured
23
May

HeForShe: Peter Byrne | Founder & CEO, ESPHR

Peter Byrne is founder and CEO of ESPHR – an employment law firm and HR consulting business specialising in employee relations. Prior to founding ESPHR in 2003, the forward-thinking company owner ran an HR resource management organisation for three years and held senior marketing and product development positions within the financial services sectors for nearly...
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Lorraine Kelly featured
23
May

What can self-employed women in the city learn from Lorraine Kelly?

HMRC suffered a set-back in March as TV host Lorraine Kelly successfully appealed against its decision to recover £1.2million of unpaid PAYE and NIC deductions against fees paid to her through her personal services company Albatel for the services she had provided to ITV for her Lorraine and Daybreak shows. HMRC had considered that IR35...
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