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Breadcrumbing at work: how to know if you're a victim

Breadcrumbing isn’t just a dating problem – it can affect you at work, too

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    This viral Twitter thread just taught us how to shut down inappropriate comments at work

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    Eustress: why some stress can actually be good for you

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Women told they have pancake-like brains at ‘empowerment seminar’

And men's brains are like waffles, apparently.

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Jessica Rapana
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How the “broken rung” problem stops women getting ahead at work

Few companies are aware of this systematic barrier to success

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Anna Brech
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Why you should use up all your annual leave, and how much you’re actually entitled to

With less than three months of the year left, it’s time to start planning.

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Lauren Geall
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Have you been called one of these sexist pet names in the office?

The shade they're throwing is glorious.

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Megan Murray
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Brilliant women share their imposter syndrome stories, to remind you that you’re not alone

70% of women will deal with the condition at some point in their lives.

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These 3 women came face to face with career burnout. Here’s how they overcame it

“I ended up with a medical device that helps my brain function.”

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Susan Devaney
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How nurturing this skill could be the secret to avoiding burnout

Learning isn’t just for children.

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Lauren Geall
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Here’s how to recover if you cry at work

It happens to the best of us. Here’s how to bounce back

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Moya Crockett
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Boris Johnson’s “toxic” mental health comments show just how out of touch he is
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Boris Johnson’s “toxic” mental health comments show just how out of touch he is

And people on Twitter aren’t happy.

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Kayleigh Dray
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How you can help change the UK’s workplace sexual harassment laws this summer

From now until September, we have a real chance to influence workplace sexual harassment laws in the UK. It’s an opportunity we should all take

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Moya Crockett
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There are four kinds of personal space, and not all of them are safe for work

These are the boundaries of a professional comfort zone

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Anna Brech
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You need to stop aiming for perfection at work – it’s damaging your career

Our dedication to perfection may be rewarded by good grades in school, but it doesn’t serve us well in the real world

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Exclusive: Millennials are unhappier than ever before – but why?

New research has revealed the truth about millennials in the workplace, and it makes for eye-opening reading…

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Kayleigh Dray
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These are the UK's top places to work right now

Aka your shortcut to a happier career

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Anna Brech
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The deep-rooted reason why certain work colleagues annoy you

Some co-workers just push your buttons, but there's a logic behind it

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Anna Brech
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Why you should be your authentic self in the workplace

New research suggests it’s healthier and more productive to be honest about who you are at work.

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Moya Crockett
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The awkward person’s guide to surviving the work Christmas do

Because life is too short for new friends

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Amy Swales
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Why everyone should try "radical candour" to fix workplace politics

It's straight-talking, but with a compassionate twist

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Anna Brech
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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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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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Moya Crockett
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