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How to be a great boss: the most loved and lauded female bosses share their wisdom

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    A gemologist on what it's really like to handle diamonds for a living

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    Why being kind at work could be the key to career success

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    These are the buzzwords annoying your colleagues in 2018

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    Why and how to change career in your early 30s – and the women who made it work

    Thinking about switching career lanes? Consider this your everything-you-need-to-know guide.

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    How to get 18 days off work in a row (using just 9 days of annual leave)

    And for our next trick we’ll turn 9 days of annual leave into 18…

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    How to make meetings more enjoyable and productive, according to science

    Because nobody likes bad meetings.

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    Mary Portas shares her 4 best pieces of career advice for women

    Looking to overhaul your career? Let Mary Portas be your guide...

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    7 brilliant and unique career tips for millennials in 2018

    From change-maker (and author) Beth Comstock.

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    “Plus-size women are being discriminated against in the workplace and it has to end“

    This is why we need to talk about the weight gap.

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    Here’s what it’s really like to drink wine for a living

    A one-day diary, from morning latte to lights out

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    Meet the woman responsible for your favourite high-street designs

    A one-day diary, from morning latte to lights out

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    Why you shouldn’t offer to help your colleagues unless they ask for it

    Here’s a situation where the maxim ‘stay in your lane’ is accurate.

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    Making this change to your commute could improve your mental health

    According to a major new study.

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    Why your male boss is more likely to get away with being a psychopath

    According to a new study, male leaders are “given a pass” to behave badly in the workplace. Is anyone surprised?

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    It’s official: these are the best places to live and work abroad

    Fancy starting a new career overseas? These are the best countries to do it in…

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    The UK’s most productive women reveal their inbox management hacks

    Avoid email meltdown

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    How Stylist could help transform your career in a single afternoon

    And tickets only cost £30

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    How this 12-year-old became a motivational speaker

    Porridge, affirmations and lots of YouTube: Vanessa Sam talks us through her average day

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    Annie Mac on how to succeed in a male-dominated industry

    There are three key things you can do

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    How workplace sexual harassment is linked to women’s physical health

    New research suggests that being sexually harassed at work doesn’t just affect our emotional wellbeing.

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    Why this woman gets paid to preserve precious letters

    A one-day diary, from morning latte to lights out.

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    The 10 creepiest jobs and careers in the world, according to science

    Bad news for writers everywhere…

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    Always wondered where edible flowers come from? Meet the woman who grows them

    A one-day diary, from morning latte to lights out

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    I tried leaving work on time for a month. Here’s what happened…

    The impossible dream, or a manageable task?

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    7 straightforward ways to boost your confidence at work

    Prepare to own it in the boardroom, at meetings and during that all-important appraisal...

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    This new study paints an intriguing picture of how we perceive female leaders

    New research highlights the positive ways we view powerful women in business and the workplace.

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    Why introverts are more likely to excel in their chosen career path

    All hail the quietly powerful

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    How to safeguard your mental health when you’re freelance

    Because a lack of routine can be tough

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    Are you still doing homework on a Sunday night?

    Here’s how to stop overtime from ruling your life

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    How your email habits could be making you a worse manager

    It’s harder to be an effective boss if you’re always trapped in your inbox, according to new research.

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    This is what it’s really like to run a shoppable digital magazine

    A one-day diary, from morning latte to lights out

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    How changing your name on your CV can boost career success

    No deed poll required

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    This negotiation course could transform your career – and it only costs £10

    A new project launched this week aiming to level the playing field for negotiation skills with the ambitious goal of empowering one million women.

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    Here’s why you shouldn’t try to be the ‘fun boss’ at work

    Trying to be everyone’s best friend could backfire.

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    This tech could be the key to preventing sexual harassment at work

    Forget gaming – virtual reality might hold the answer to preventing inappropriate workplace behaviour

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    This one thing can make your company more eco-friendly

    According to new research, companies with gender-balanced boards are better for the environment. But why?

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    Why women are liked but underappreciated in the workplace

    Sound familiar?

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    These are the most annoying phrases people use in email

    We asked, and boy did you answer

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    Six ways to upcycle your LinkedIn profile

    These expert tips will make your LinkedIn account work as hard as you do

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    The unexpected psychological impact of a three-day weekend

    Print this, laminate it and show it to your boss

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    How to answer this awkward money question in your next job interview

    Answering truthfully could put you at a disadvantage – but you don’t want to seem evasive. Here’s what to say.

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    You can now get paid to write filthy jokes for Cards Against Humanity

    If your sense of humour is twisted enough this might be your dream job

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    How the layout of your office could be affecting your health

    The benefits of one type of office are felt outside work, too.

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    This Twitter thread will remind you it's never too late to follow your dreams

    Haven’t achieved all your ambitions yet? Don’t worry about it

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    Dream job alert: fancy running a beach-based bookshop in the Maldives?

    Calling all bookworms...

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    Just how did the highest paid actresses of 2018 make their money?

    From Scarlett Johansson to Gal Gadot, we’ve crunched the numbers

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    These are the UK cities you should move to for the highest salary

    Do you have money on your mind?

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    Applications just opened to be a world-travelling gin taster

    Yes, this is a legit job

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    Six signs you’re being underpaid (and what to do about it)

    It's time to rewrite the narrative of women in the workplace

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    What it’s like to start your own (very successful) meditation studio

    Yulia Kovaleva founded Re:Mind in London, and here's how she did it

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    This is the best time of the week to apply for your dream job

    Time for a change?

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    Why you shouldn’t push yourself too hard at work

    New research suggests that doing lots of overtime isn’t good for you – or your career.

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    These simple strategies will help you reduce your screen time at work

    Office workers spend a shocking amount of time staring at screens, according to new research. Here are three ways to cut down.

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