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WATC Admin Team
Carers advice
12
Jun

How to juggle it all when you’re a carer

As we continue to live longer, more people over the age of 50 have parents or relatives to care for when retirement is looming. The sad truth is the UK pension and care systems are both pushed to their limits and retired children often have to fill the gaping cracks by dipping into their own...
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12
Jun

You’ve resigned – what happens next?

The hard work has paid off and you have bagged yourself a new role that will see you progress in your career and open new doors. The last deed is to hand in your formal resignation however, this can seem somewhat problematic and something that we dread. As a thousand and one scenarios run through...
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11
Jun

Inspirational Woman: Ellie Webb | Founder, Caleno

Founded by Ellie Webb, Caleño is a non-alcoholic spirit distilled with a mix of juniper, citrus and spice botanicals that offer a similar texture and flavor to gin, making it a great alternative to those who don’t care for alcohol but still want to partake in an evening of cocktails with friends. Tell us a...
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11
Jun

Coping with grief this Father’s Day

Kelly Feehan, Service Director, CABA For those who have recently lost their dad or continue to struggle with the bereavement, each day can feel like a marathon. But with Father’s Day looming, the day itself can bring with it a rollercoaster of emotions. With social media full of tributes, shops full of cards and gifts,...
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11
Jun

A guide to age discrimination

Susie Al-Qassab an employment law partner at Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors examines age discrimination and ACAS’s new guidance on the issue. It is unlawful to discriminate against someone because of their age and in most cases, unlawful to require someone to retire. Despite this, age discrimination is common in the workplace. Some reports suggest...
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10
Jun

We must be more proactive with our health

By Dr Riccardo Di Cuffa from Private GPs’ – Your Doctor Our overwhelming work and family schedules are risking our health because we are not finding the time to be proactive with our health. Healthcare is a process which takes time and it can be hard to prioritise until there is a real problem. Understanding...
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10
Jun

Inspirational Woman: Sarah Aubrey | CEO, DPG

Sarah Aubrey is the CEO of DPG. Developing People Globally (DPG) leads the way with flexible learning solutions that guarantee success in professional qualifications. With over 25 years’ experience delivering innovative and credible quality programmes, we enable professionals to build their capability, drive the performance of their organisation, and fast track their career unlike anyone...
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07
Jun

How women can accelerate their careers by becoming charity trustees

Article provided by Sophie Livingston at Trustees Unlimited It’s Trustees Week – an annual event that highlights the work of charity trustees. I am a trustee at the Royal Voluntary Service and am also Chair of Little Village, a charity that provides free good quality baby clothes and equipment donated by local families to those...
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