With sick days costing the UK economy £100 billion a year and the average waiting time to see a GP having risen to two weeks, it is no wonder that employee sickness has become a real issue for UK [...]
The First Women Awards are known for recognising and celebrating pioneering British women whose achievements are opening opportunities for others and this year, with a high calibre of finalists, [...]
Two things are imperative in order to do a good job in one of my companies; technical skills and recognition of our customers’ superior knowledge.
"Despite the nursing sector’s predominantly female workforce, there is still a disproportionate amount of men occupying senior or management positions".
Women’s charity Agenda has called on the government to ensure that mental health services in England adequately address the needs of their female mental health patients.
I met the women who significantly changed the direction my life. She was called Maggie Keswick Jencks; she had been told that she had three months to live.