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Women 'reluctant to promote their achievements'

Women 'reluctant to promote their achievements'

Women have the skills they need to climb up the career ladder, but are often failing to capitalise on them due to not wanting to promote their achievements, according to a new study from Bizas Coaching & Consulting Ltd.…

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Part-time jobs harder to find in London, says report

Part-time jobs harder to find in London, says report

Part-time jobs are less easy to find in London resulting in women being less likely to be in jobs in the capital than elsewhere in the UK, according to a new study.…

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Women have seen smaller wage falls than men in the recession, says IFS

Women have seen smaller wage falls than men in the recession, says IFS

Women, older workers and the lowpaid have seen smaller real wage falls than men, younger workers and those on higher pay since the recession as earnings inequality has narrowed, according to a report by the Institute of Fiscal Studies.…

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UK doesn't need more labour market regulation, says CIPD

UK doesn't need more labour market regulation, says CIPD

The UK’s flexible labour market is generally working well in comparison with its international peers, suggesting there isn’t a strong case for the next Government to either de-regulate further or to strengthen employment rights, according to a report from the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development.…

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Gen Y employees value work life balance over career progression

Gen Y employees value work life balance over career progression

Misconceptions about Generation Y could see a critical shortage of managers in 10 years’ time as a survey shows they are more motivated by work life balance and a sense of fulfillment than career progression.…

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