As a mum I am constantly having to make decisions about things. ‘What’s for dinner?’ ‘What can I do today?’ ‘What time are we leaving?’ ‘Can Sam come over?’ The
Fractional working. It’s becoming more popular, especially for small and medium sized businesses who don’t need or want someone full time, but they require specific expertise and someone who is
Meta has announced a 3-day in the office work rule from September, after 3 years of being a self-labelled leader in remote working, the global giant is insisting on its
Corporate language (or jargon) is constantly changing. Jargon can refer to phrases, terms or acronyms that are used within a business, a profession or an industry. Certainly, getting to grips
I remember my dad going through a ‘mid-life crisis’. He regularly bought new things. A newer, bigger car, a boat, a better TV, a computer. As a family, we laughed
In recent years, there has been increasing awareness and discussion about the prevalence and harmful impact of toxic workplace cultures. A toxic workplace culture is one where behaviours and practices
Cracking the code: Innovation for a Gender Equal Future, this year’s theme for International Women’s Day – creating more opportunities for women to innovate. When I first saw this my
In January 2023, the UK government rejected a proposal to include menopause as a protected characteristic, warning of “unintended consequences which may inadvertently create new forms of discrimination, for example,
The number one change that will have the greatest impact on organisations: true gender diversity on the Board.
‘It is time to accept that it’s not the women that we need to change [in order to achieve gender diversity at board level] but it is the culture that
Career cushioning is the latest buzz term following the ‘Great Resignation’ and ‘Quiet Quitting’ and essentially it means creating a safety net around your career no matter your current situation.
We are in for a lot of change over the coming year or two. Of course, some companies will do well out of a recession whilst others won’t. One thing