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Flexible working - what it means for you

Flexible hours can offer working parents a solution to many of the challenges that come with balancing work and family life. How can flexible hours work for you?

3 tips to help achieve your dream career goals

Many women want to further their careers. We spoke with Anna Barsby, former Chief Information Officer at Halfords about her top 3 tips for women professionals wanting to propel their careers.

5 tips for female leaders

Looking to capitalise on your talent and develop your leadership skills? Read five tips to progress your career in times of change.

Want a better work life balance?

Many senior women professionals agree having a good work-life balance is key to being happier in their jobs and at home. What are some key changes you can make to achieve a better work life balance?

Top tips for women working in banking & financial services

Are you wanting to stand out in your role, and progress within your career? We spoke with Francesca McDonagh at HSBC Bank to get her top tips for women professionals in the industry.

Tackling interview questions that reveal your character

It is important to remember that there are some questions posed within an interview that while seeming informal are important not to overlook as they shape the interviewer's first impression of you.

Is it time to change jobs?

It is more common to leave jobs after a few years than it was in the past, which means you have far less reason to stay in a negative workplace or unfulfilling role.

How does 'Shared Parental Leave' benefit you?

The new Shared Parental Leave system may offer you and your partner the opportunity to split your maternity and paternity leave between you - but what does this really mean?

Are you using social media effectively?

Social media has become a part of business networking that professionals can’t afford to ignore. However, as a platform that is still developing it can be difficult to judge how to use it most effectively.