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This summer, the government announced plans to modernise the way we work, to create a more transparent gender pay gap within a generation. Their consultation will look into careers guidance for girls and seek ways to give women the security of a well-paid job for the long-term. In addition to this, the government wants to give greater support […]

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If you’re currently employed and used to juggling childcare over the holiday period, you know that feeling. It’s mid-month and the cost of entertaining your little ones is frankly startling. Plus there are thirty-one days in August, so payday isn’t exactly looming. So what can you do? A recent article in the Telegraph suggests that childcare […]

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We’ve all known what it feels like to be sitting in the hot seat, waiting to be interviewed for a new position. So whatever side of the job fence you’re now on, recruiter or interviewee, you’ll probably be able to relate to these recruitment interview turn offs, courtesy of Reed.co.uk. See the full recruitment article […]

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Thinking about returning to work? Or feeling a little low in confidence in the work place? Paul Ryan, a close associate of Ten2Two, shares a great exercise if you’re considering reentering the world of employment – or if you just need a confidence boost! As we all know, when you have been out of the working […]

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We recently asked our Members to answer an in-depth survey into the way they work, covering aspects of flexible working such as their preferred way of working, salary expectations and how they feel the contribute to their place of employment. A revelation in attitudes to flexible working  Our survey results should prove interesting reading to […]

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If you’re a working mum, or about to go back to work after starting a family, you can now officially give yourself a pat on the back (and breathe a sigh of relief). A new business study by Harvard University recently revealed that daughters of working mothers enjoy better careers, higher pay and more equal […]

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With even more drastic austerity cuts on the horizon we’ll see more public sector professional making the transition into the private sector. The biggest hurdle they’ll encounter is probably perception. It’s got to be accepted that many private sector managers and business owners perceive feel public sector people as second rate. Cozy life. No targets. […]

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