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working on holiday featured
11
Jul

23 per cent of employees admit to regularly checking emails whilst on holiday

If you consider innovations like voice search, digital assistants, productivity apps, inflight Wi-Fi and the fact that according to Radicati Group, around 269 billion emails are sent per day around the world, it certainly seems so. John Williams, Head of Marketing at Instant Offices explores the top five reasons why logging off from work devices and avoiding...
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09
Jul

A day in the life of a wedding PR

Nicola Russill-Roy is the PR Director at Propose PR, the UK’s only dedicated wedding PR agency. I kicked off my career in wedding PR around ten years ago. Back then; I was happily juggling my job in PR for British Airways while planning my wedding. That’s when I spotted it – a gap in the...
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childless couple featured
05
Jul

Can you be happy and childless?

Let me guess, you’re feeling pressure from many different directions and here are two. On the one hand you want to try for children and on the other you know that if you take time off it will put your career on hold. This is a big dilemma faced by many women today. Every time...
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changing-the-conversation featured
21
Jun

Change the conversation | Workplace attitudes towards menopause

While more and more is being done to combat menopause discrimination in the workplace, the fact remains that it still happens daily. Countless working women going through ‘the change’ are facing hideous attitudes at their job, suffering in silence while symptoms wreck havoc on their bodies and confidence. Is it any wonder women feel self-conscious...
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Women in sport
19
Jun

Why the sports industry needs more female leadership

Sport is sexless, yet at the same time it is inherently sexist. In the eyes of many, sport is something that men partake in far better than women. That simply is not true. The 20th Century saw the encouragement of female participation in sport and with the new millennium this has only continued to grow....
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cervical screening awareness week featured
14
Jun

Have you booked your cervical screening this year? Cervical Screening Awareness Week

Cervical Screening Awareness Week (CSAW) is marked 11 – 17 June 2018 to raise awareness of cervical screening and cancer. Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women, aged 35 and over with over 3,000 women every year diagnosed with the disease. It usually develops when the human papillomavirus (HPV) consistently occurs. The HPV...
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Cervical Cancer Awareness Ribbon
13
Jun

10 things you’ve always wanted to ask your gynaecologist about cervical cancer

Guest blogger and consultant gynaecologist, Mr Jullien Brady answers your questions on cervical screening… 1. What does your cervix actually do? Your cervix is the junction between your vagina and your womb. The average cervix is around 4cm in length and 1.5cm in width, but this can vary widely from woman to woman. During pregnancy,...
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cervical screening the facts featured
11
Jun

Cervical screening the facts | Cervical screening awareness week

This Cervical Screening Awareness Week, WeAreTheCity are raising awareness of the disease and encouraging you to take part in cervical screening. Screening, or a smear test, detects changes in the cervix, such as abnormal cells that could lead to cancer. Most of the time there is nothing to worry about, but it is important to...
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