The economy does not look good. But, your business can still gear up for greatness.
It is no surprise then, that in order to avoid becoming obsessed with ticking clocks, women of this age find other things to focus on as a way of detracting from the glaring reality of a potential life full of cats and over 50's bridge nights. Something else to think about, as it were, aside from weddings, children, regular sex, or the lack there of any of the above.
George Osborne's attempt to seize on new growth figures was limited by a stark report setting out how young children and
A recent study of 500 boardrooms in the US showed that companies with three or more women on their board of directors experienced an 83% higher return on equity, a 73% boost in sales and a 112% higher return on invested capital.
Confidence is the key to improving our performance in the work force and to creating and maintaining healthy relationships.
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What is clear is that emerging factors have combined to expose big business and its place in society to increasingly intense and critical scrutiny. A very selective list might include the banking crisis and corporate tax scandals, the shrinking state, climate change and other environmental impacts, and the inequities and injustices in value chains, so horribly highlighted at the Dhaka garment factory.
Britain's part-nationalised banks, Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland, are expected to report combined losses