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Flexibility and the opportunity to work at the cutting-edge of technological innovation are up for grabs as the Home Office launches a 6-month... read more
Sarah Jane Thomson, founder of children's newspaper First News, talks to Workingmums.co.uk about her new venture into the world of work - First... read more
Emma Alkirwi has some advice on how to get the most out of LinkedIn, which is fast becoming an essential career development tool. read more
After being self employed/sole trader for the last two years my business went bust and I recently accepted a job. I had a short trial period. I... read more
Three single working mothers have brought a legal case at the high court to challenge the rigidity of the assessment period regime in universal... read more
I am on statutory maternity pay and have resigned from my role. I am serving 12 weeks' notice. I will have a gap before I start my new role so I will... read more
Women who go to university boost their earnings significantly more than their male counterparts, although female graduates earn little more than many... read more
Only two local councils in England will see an increase in the funding they are given by central government to subsidise childcare costs, according to... read more
The Government is to set up a £600,000 fund to help disadvantaged women carers back to work. read more
East Grinstead, West Sussex