Monthly Archives: January 2011

Accountancy Firms leading the way through the glass ceiling?

31st January, 2011. It was confirmed that PricewaterhouseCoopers shall set targets for the number of women it employs as partners to allow women to break through the corporate glass ceiling.  Whilst the outcome of Lord Davies’ report on the lack … Continue reading

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Home Grown Trafficking

21st January, 2011. In the last few weeks, the media has been awash with the details of the recent imprisonment and prosecution of a sex-gang in Derby.  Great emphasis has been placed on the process of grooming and the cultural … Continue reading

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Paternity Rights – Worthy or Not

21st January, 2011. This week, Nick Clegg set forth the new flexi-time arrangements for leave from work for parents after the birth of a new baby. The plan he said “will move Britain away from an “Edwardian” system that causes … Continue reading

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So are employers reluctant to hire women?

21st January, 2011. Following on from last week’s blog about the misleading survey, new research has come to light regarding employer’s attitudes to women with children. At first glance, it appears that a survey conducted by workplace provider Regus indicates … Continue reading

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