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Having a gender pay gap, particularly if its significantly higher than the national median average of 15.4% (2021), will cause damage to organisations. Not only can it damage consumer and customer confidence, but it can make it much harder to attract the most talented people to your organisation.
The world of work is changing and at a rapid rate and keeping up with it is getting increasingly tricky. We’ve been looking into how work, as we know it, has shifted and what motivates people to work, to see if this helps us understand why people do or don’t apply for jobs.
Everyone’s adjusting to the new normal at work and it’s perfectly okay to find yourself in a situation where your healthy work habits have become a little messy. Whether you’re working from home or back in the office, creating healthy habits around your work can be tricky, especially if you feel like you’re starting from scratch again. We’ve come up with some easy pointers to help you feel a bit less messy in your new normal, whatever that looks like.
a surprise redundancy in 2019, I found myself on the hunt for a job with the pressure of time and a lack of income to pay the bills. After months of searching and interviewing (and coming very close), I was still no nearer to landing a suitable role. I kept receiving the feedback of ‘you’re too experienced for this role’, or alternatively ‘you don’t have the specific experience we are looking for…’. It was demoralising.