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First open education programme in Europe for leading female lawyers launched

First open education programme in Europe for leading female lawyers launched

The University of Cambridge Judge Business School has launched the first open education programme in Europe to address the challenges faced by women as law firm partners.…

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Lib Dems commit to action on gender pay gap

Lib Dems commit to action on gender pay gap

Large companies will be legally required to publish the difference between what they pay men and women under manifesto plans set out by Liberal Democrats this week.…

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Company maternity and paternity benefits vary widely, says report

Company maternity and paternity benefits vary widely, says report

Businesses in the UK vary wildly when it comes to the length and level of pay they offer new mums and dads, according to research by My Family Care.…

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Fifth of parents call in sick to cover summer holidays

Fifth of parents call in sick to cover summer holidays

Almost a fifth of parents had to call in sick last year in order to manage childcare during the six-week summer holiday and 12 per cent were forced to give up their jobs entirely due to a lack of childcare, according to new research by the Family and Childcare Trust and Netmums. …

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Fifth of staff missing out on mentoring

Fifth of staff missing out on mentoring

A fifth of employees are not being mentoring or being mentored but would like to be, according to new research by HR services group Penna Plc.…

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