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WATC Admin Team
Could Disruption be the long awaited catalyst for Diversity? (F)
19
Jun

Delivering on diversity | Burcin Ressamoglu, CEO, Sodexo Engage

Article provided by Burcin Ressamoglu, CEO of Sodexo Engage When there’s so much going on in a business, it’s easy to let important factors like diversity and equality slip through the net. Instead of seeing diversity as an extra add-on that’s ‘nice to have’, businesses should see it as something that, if done right, can...
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Helen Baker featured
19
Jun

Inspirational Woman: Helen Baker | QA Director, United Kingdom & Ireland, Product Engineering, Sage

As an LGBTQIA+ woman, Helen takes an intersectional approach to gender equality. Helen champions diversity initiatives in her sector alongside her role at Sage. She mentors up and coming talent, and regularly takes part in the Women in STEM Accenture annual event where she encourage young women to get curious about tech and open their...
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Things to avoid at job interviews, office featured
19
Jun

Surviving the first 90 days – how to not only make a good impression but shine like a diamond too

Article provided by life coach, Carole Ann Rice Congratulations – you secured the hot new job! Well done, you got through the grueling interview process and you’ve got the hangover to prove it.  You’ve made your parents proud, your friends envious and you’re both thrilled and terrified at the prospect of your new role. Finding...
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dress for success featured
18
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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woman writing, dyslexia featured
18
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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Pension Policy Institute
17
Jun

The gender pensions gap – can it be closed? | Pensions Policy Institute

Women in their late 50s currently have around 50 per cent less pension savings than men. As a result of the gender savings gap, women will experience lower standards of living in retirement than men. While some changes in working and saving behaviour are likely to reduce the gap in the future, there are poten...
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catering industry, kitchen featured
17
Jun

A guide to a career in the catering industry

Statistics show that one third of people who work in the catering industry do it because they’re passionate about food. But, what makes this industry an attractive one to work in and what is recruitment currently like in the sector? We’ve teamed up with the Seaton Lane Inn, a modern country pub in Seaham, to...
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Female executives
14
Jun

The Executive Presence Sweetspot – not just for executives

Over the last two blog posts we have explored the subject of Leadership impact, how Leadership = Impact = Culture as leadership is very contagious. If you haven’t read them, check them out before you continue reading. Thanks! This week we want to turn our attention to Executive Presence and how it plays a part...
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