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Kayleigh Bateman
09
Feb

Inspirational Woman: Charlotte Crowl | Author and cancer survivor

Tell us a bit about yourself, background and your current role My name is Charlotte Crowl I’m 27 and I grew up around Essex and East London, at the age of 17 I was diagnosed with stage 3 cancer. During that time, I went through many mental and physical struggles including my body shutting down,...
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06
Feb

Intimidation and aggression on social media threatening our democracy, says Theresa May on 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote

Intimidation and aggression on social media is coarsening public debate, deterring people from participating in politics and threatening our democracy, according to Prime Minister Theresa May on the100th anniversary of women achieving the vote. In a speech to mark the centenary, May celebrated the heroism of the suffrage movement and “the enormous strides we have taken...
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26
Jan

KPMG quizzes candidates on school meals and parents’ education in bid to recruit more diverse workforce

KPMG has shaken up its recruitment process by asking candidates questions such as whether they were the beneficiary of free school meals as children and if their parents went to university, in a bid to add diversity to its workforce. Speaking to Business Insider at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this week KPMG...
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23
Jan

How to perform under pressure in a panel interview

Not all interviews are created equal. Job applicants must be prepared to endure just one or a combination of one-on-one interviews, telephone interviews, Skype interviews and the dreaded panel interview during the job screening process. Each interview form has its own unique set of dynamics. The panel interview is made up of a group of...
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19
Jan

World Economic Forum, Davos 2018, to be chaired entirely by women for first time in 48 years

The 2018 World Economic Forum (WEF), in Davos Switzerland, will be chaired entirely by women for the first time in its 48-year history. The all-female lineup is in response to previous criticism about the lack of women present, which coined the phrased “Davos Man” to describe the elite, wealthy men who attend the event. The...
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