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Love them or hate them, the Christmas party is something that most of us can’t get out of. Your employers expect you to make an effort to have a ‘laugh’ with your colleagues and get into the spirit of Christmas…it’s just not optional. Read more →
Buying your line manager a present for Christmas can be a little tricky – you don’t want to look like your sucking up, but if you don’t make the effort, you could end up looking like you don’t like him or her. And even if the latter’s true, you don’t necessarily want them to know that, do you? Read more →
“Pamper” a word which many of us associate with both time and money. However pampering yourself doesn’t have to involve going to that latest luxury spa, or buying some premium face pack filled with unpronounceable ingredients. Read more →
It started with just a cheeky wink, which you had quickly deemed as harmless. However, soon the winks evolved into repetitive compliments and suggestive jokes, which often left you feeling uncomfortable.
Working with someone who is regularly and excessively flirty or inappropriate can be a challenge. Read more →
Christmas is pribably the most anticipated, joyous and expense-filled seasons of the year.
With an abundance of presents, food and decorations to purchase, it can easily become an overwhelming and exasperating experience.
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In June this year, the government rolled out the right to request flexible working to everyone – whether a parent or not. While there are those are all for this, many parents feel slighted.
If you’re a working parent, there may be more ‘competition’ in the flexible working stakes, so you need to make sure that you make your application as watertight as possible. Here are some tips:
Some people view their free time at home as just a precious respite from work, the kids or other responsibilities that they may have. However, your home is the most perfect place to explore new interests and ideas.
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When starting up your own business, it is important to take advantage of the wide range of online tools at your disposal. From comparison sites to cloud services, there are a multitude of services you can utilise to make your start-up more efficient and more profitable.
Here we look at five of the online tools all start-ups should be using. Read more →
Daily exercise is important – if recent news on the unhealthy lifestyles of Brits is anything to go by, we should all be doing British Military-style bootcamps for the rest of our lives.
However, many health-conscious middle aged women complain that they simply lack the motivation to exercise. But a little exercise could do wonders to improve our bodies, which in turn motivates us to exercise more. Read more →
Are you in the Christmas spirit yet? At Mothers Wh Work towers, we love nothing more than the cheer and song that Christmas brings.
If you love Christmas but just can’t bear the thought of eating the same old Christmas pudding again, then you might favour a little twist to Christmas this year, with an Italian edge. Read more →
Infographics have been popping in up in online articles and in business proposals and projects for years as a way to show data or information in a concise and eye-appealing manner. Recently, people have been taking this notion and implementing them in their CVs.
While the normal paper CV might have gotten the job done in the past it might be time to switch to an electronic CV with interactive infographics to keep up with the competition. Read more →
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