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Women may be better at trading than men, says study

Women may be better at trading than men, says study

Women may be better predisposed than men for the role of a trader, according to a study by Alexander Mann Solutions.…

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GP plan for returners and those with young families

GP plan for returners and those with young families

A plan to help GPs who have taken a career break to return to the profession and to encourage those considering a break to keep one foot in medicine is being launched this week.…

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Businesses need to think more about how to target older workers

Businesses need to think more about how to target older workers

Businesses need to improve the way they advertise jobs and provide training opportunities in order to attract older workers, according to the results of a survey issued by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).…

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Greater flexibility needed on sickness absence for staff with fluctuating health conditions

Greater flexibility needed on sickness absence for staff with fluctuating health conditions

The Government needs to support measures to increase the flexibility of sickness absence policies, to allow employees with fluctuating health conditions to pre-emptively arrange part-time sick leave, according to a report from the Work Foundation. …

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Both men and women do better in mixed gender occupations

Both men and women do better in mixed gender occupations

Both men and women benefit from working in mixed gender occupations, according to a new report which shows gender segregation at work has big implications for the gender pay gap, job quality and working conditions.…

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