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June 18, 2019
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Jun

Power dressing in the workplace

Article provided by Milda Chellingsworth, Founder of Styling For You For so many women it can be hard to have the confidence to stand up in a room of business people and stand out. How you look and feel is intrinsic to this. If you are confident in what you are wearing you will feel...
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Jun

Companies are failing to prioritise health and wellbeing

Companies are failing to prioritise health and wellbeing, according to new research. The research, conducted by AXA PPP healthcare, found that UK small businesses are struggling to respond to health and wellbeing needs of employees amid high stress and anxiety. Small businesses employ more than 16 million people and make up half of the UK’s...
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HeForShe: Suki Sandhu | CEO & Founder, INvolve & Audeliss

Suki Sandhu is CEO and Founder of INvolve and Audeliss. Suki has worked in executive search for nearly ten years and is one of the UK’s leading specialists who is committed to helping businesses find diverse talent. He established Audeliss, a boutique executive search company in 2011. INvolve is a membership organisation championing diversity and...
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Jun

Why dyslexia isn’t a barrier to success

Article provided by Lynsey Whitmarsh, Director of Innovation at Hemsley Fraser Jo Malone, Whoopi Goldberg, Holly Willoughby – three incredibly successful, inspirational women in their own right. I relate to all three of them, and millions of others across the globe, in that we all have dyslexia. Having dyslexia doesn’t mean that I’m unable to...
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