Driven by a staunch ambition to be a success story rather than a victim of circumstance, Laura Phillips pursued her a career in the creative industries before carving out her niche as a digital [...]
MPs have called on the government and big corporates to introduce returner programmes to help women re-enter the workforce after taking a career break.
The UK is at risk of creating a ‘fatherhood penalty’, a report by Working Families has warned.
The gender pay gap significantly increases for female workers as they enter their thirties and forties, the Resolution Foundation reports.
Founder of Turtle Tots Gaby Lixton discusses whether a decision to franchise should be based on the desire for better work-life balance, or is there more to it?
Research from PwC, Women Returners and 30% Club has revealed that there are approximately 427,000 women in the UK on a career break, and many plan to return to work.
Budding female entrepreneurs need not worry about business damping on your family time because running your own company improves family life.