All posts tagged "career women"

  • Killer ways women can get ahead in the workplace

    It’s a man’s world; of that, there is no doubt. Still, that doesn’t mean that a woman can’t survive and even flourish in the workplace. Women never have it easy, and it won’t be easy...

  • 10 strategies for a great morning routine

    10 strategies for a great morning routine

    Are you searching for your keys in the morning because you forgot where you put them?  Do you easily get overwhelmed or feel mentally fuzzy?  Have you shown up at work dressed casually forgetting you...

  • Why flexible part-time jobs for working mothers are in high demand

    It’s little wonder that flexible part-time jobs are in high demand for working mothers. A day in a working mother’s life is often a tumultuous affair, trying to hold together a fragile balance, or at...

  • Don’t be afraid to ask - get the salary you deserve

    Don’t be afraid to ask – get the salary you deserve

    As an experienced HR specialist, we have been talking about the importance of gender diversity and equal pay in organisations for many years now. We all know the statistics* and how women come off second...

  • 10 things to never say when asking for a pay rise

    Recent findings from Save the Student have concluded that female graduates think they are worth 14% less than their male counterparts. This isn’t surprising, as previous research has also showed that women lag behind men...

  • 6 easy ways to stay up-to-date with the job market

    If you’re looking to get back in the game after an absence, such as maternity or taking time off for your family, or if you’re simply looking for a big break that will help you...

  • 4 simple tips for nervous talkers

    Um, there’s no delicate way to put this… Do you talk too much? Is your head wired such that every thought must be uttered? Do you nervously talk because silence in social situations scares you?...

  • 11 tips to stand up for yourself without being rude

    Speaking up and standing up for yourself can be quite a challenge for some people. It can take courage—which you may feel you don’t have — especially when confronting someone higher than you on the...

  • How improvisation can help your success

    So, you find yourself in a new job. When learning the ropes, it helps to be able to draw upon something you already know. Whether it’s information, an activity, or a relational experience, leveraging transferable...