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  • Mar- 2021 -
    9 March

    Working from home to ‘become norm’, says IWG chief exec

    Working from home will “become the norm” for many businesses after the pandemic, even if only part-time, according to global…

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  • 9 March

    Hospitality salaries up ‘significantly’ despite pandemic, report finds

    Despite the economic impact of Covid-19, average salary levels across the hospitality and leisure sector grew “significantly” in 2020, according…

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  • 9 March

    Two-thirds of women impacted by menopause at work

    Almost two thirds of women who have had menopause symptoms said this impacted them at work and that more workplace…

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  • 9 March

    TUC and aviation industry calls on gov for support

    TUC, aviation unions, Heathrow Airport and Swissport have all called on the government to work with the aviation industry and…

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  • 8 March

    Women face 37 years longer at work to reach pensions equality

    Young female savers are set to have £100k less in retirement income than their male counterparts, according to data from…

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  • 8 March

    Transparency about job details may lead to rise in flexi-work, says BIT

    Hundreds of thousands of new flexible jobs could be created if employers were more “transparent about job details”, according to…

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  • 8 March

    Women employees facing post-pandemic ‘burn out’, research finds

    O2 is urging employers to “ramp up” their focus on women’s wellbeing after YouGov research revealed that female employees are…

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  • 8 March

    Deloitte diversity head steps down amid bullying accusations

    Deloitte has announced that Dimple Agarwal, deputy chief executive and head of people and purpose, has stepped down with immediate…

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  • 5 March

    British Gas strike goes ahead as engineers reject offer

    British Gas engineers will walk out for their 27th day of strike action today after they overwhelmingly rejected a revised…

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  • 5 March

    One in three female entrepreneurs face gender bias

    Over a third (35%) of female business founders still face gender bias when raising their business capital, according to new…

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