What impacts working women

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Here you will find our guides and information about things that affect working women. As a busy, working woman, it can be hard to keep up with the latest current affairs and important advancements that can impact females. We have put together a directory of articles centred around things that every working woman should know. You will find everything from the latest government reforms, milestones throughout history and important landmarks in the female calendar. was founded in April 2008 and launched in September 2008, with the aim of providing information to women who wish to progress in their careers via networking and events. The concept of the website is to provide services that not only help women develop themselves both personally and professionally, but also contributes to a wider strategy of supporting working females in the UK more broadly by bringing together the charity sector and potential entrepreneurs on to one common platform.

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A Guide To: Negotiating Your Salary

Negotiating your salary early on in a new job can seem daunting. Asking for a better deal after someone has offered you a career – maybe even the career of your dreams – seems almost wrong. Because of this it is important to remember that salary negotiations are a very normal part of business. It’s...
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Is a career in HR for you?

Article provided by Jo Sweetland, Mananing Partner, Green Park Human Resources (HR) is an industry growing fast in popularity, with the ONS estimating over 30,000 more people working in HR last year than five years earlier. However, with increased industry specialism and new career paths opening, it can seem a difficult profession to navigate and...
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A guide to: Women in defence

Armed Forces Day is a chance to show support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from currently serving troops to Service families, veterans and cadets. Armed Forces Day takes place on the last Saturday each June and is celebrated throughout the UK in a series of events and social...
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A guide to: returning to work

Whether you are coming back from maternity leave or if you’ve taken a career break, returning to work can be a daunting process. Recent statistics also make for disappointing reading. It was reported that one in 20 new mums will be “made redundant during pregnancy, while on maternity leave or shortly after returning to work.”...
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Panicking about GDPR? What you should do now

Article provided by The Data Support Agency It’s less than a month until enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Many SMEs within the UK and across the EU are still struggling to know what to do. Small businesses don’t have the time to properly research what the GDPR constitutes, understand what changes need...
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Looking back at 2017: our top moments in culture

In our fourth and final installment, we look back at the top moments within our culture section. This year we have spoken to a number of women at the top of their game including reality star Lucy Mecklenburgh, actress Elizabeth Hurley and former Pussycat Doll, Ashley Roberts. We have also covered the Harvey Weinstein and...
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Looking back at 2017: our top career advice articles

In the third of our installments looking back at 2017, we delve into our favourite and inspiring career advice articles of the year. WeAreTheCity prides itself on having the answers you need to take the next step in your career. Our careers advice section offers the latest and most relevant tips on networking, legal advice,...
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Looking back at 2017: our top news stories of the year

Continuing on our series of looking back at the past year, we delve into some of our favourite and most important news stories of 2017. This year has seen a snap general election from the second female Prime Minister; controversy over the BBC’s gender pay gap; and Saudi Arabia ruling that women can drive and...
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