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news paper, featuring on WATCThis section showcases all of our top articles, featuring on WATC. Here at WATC, we feature the latest female centric news stories focusing on women in business, technology, careers news and current affairs. We also feature posts from our bloggers, career advice articles, events and featured vacancies, catering to professional women in London and the UK.

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sad, stressed woman suffering burnout featured
21
Jan

Dear Depression…

Do I believe Blue Monday is the most depressing day of the year? No, depression isn’t something that only happens on the third Monday of each January. Do I believe it’s as good a day as any other to have a transparent, honest conversation about mental health? Absolutely! Depression doesn’t discriminate, it doesn’t favour social...
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sad business woman diversity featured
21
Jan

Eight ways to crush the career blues in 2019

January can be tough. A combination of debt, cold weather, time since Christmas, low motivation and failed New Year’s resolutions sees the most depressing day of the year also known as Blue Monday fall on 21 January this year. And while we know Blue Monday is just a concept, finding the enthusiasm to power through...
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lgbt featured
21
Jan

Stonewall announces its Top Global Employers for 2019

Stonewall, the LGBT equality charity, has announced its Top Global Employers for 2019. The British Army, University of Leicester, KPMG, ThoughtWorks, Oliver Wyman, and Barclays are amongst the top global employers. The list celebrates the pioneering efforts of leading organisations to create inclusive workplaces and advances equality for LGBT people wherever they are in the...
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muslim woman working on the computer featured
21
Jan

Five ways to boost your digital wellbeing in 2019

As we enter 2019, the proliferation of digital devices means that we’re constantly connected to the office wherever we might be, making it difficult to switch off from work, even when we should. In fact, a study by Glassdoor has shown the average number of UK employees taking their full annual leave is 62 per cent...
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stress, Blue Monday
21
Jan

Six ways to survive Blue Monday

By Nutritional Therapist Hannah Braye (www.bio-kult.com) Its official, the 21st January 2019, is the most depressing day of the year. Known as Blue Monday, today is the culmination of Post-Christmas blues, cold dark nights and being left with unpaid credit card bills. To help you conquer Blue Monday, top Nutritional Therapist, Hannah Braye  from leading...
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Catherine Whitaker EtonX featured
18
Jan

A chat with Catherine Whitaker, CEO & Head of Learning, EtonX

Catherine Whitaker is CEO of EtonX, an online provider of soft skills. EtonX, a subsidiary of Eton College, is addressing the emerging worldwide issue of teenagers having great grades but lacking in soft skills, such as critical thinking and interpersonal skills, that aren’t formally taught in many international schools. In this article, Catherine tells us...
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Andrea Callanan featured
18
Jan

Inspirational Woman: Andrea Callanan | Voice, Confidence & Success Coach & Founder of Inspire Me

Last year, Cardiff-based Andrea Callanan became a best-selling author and was interviewed on a TV talk show in LA sharing the power of owning your voice – for a good decade, she was one of the main Music Industry Voice Coaches, teaching public speakers, chart-toppers, Broadway and West End performers, TV actors, comedians, dancers and actors, Britain’s Got Talent finalists,...
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career o'clock, clock on wall featured
18
Jan

Tick tock – it’s career o’clock

Whether you’re at the start your career and aren’t sure what you want direction you would like your working life to take, in the middle of your career and not sure you’re on the right path, or later in your career placing a higher value on legacy projects and purpose over profit; you are more...
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