Childcare, Paternity Leave and Politics

In the first of a new series examining the ‘future of work’, I wanted to explore what the various political parties are planning to do to ease the burden of childcare as well as levelling the working playing field between men and women – especially as the election clock is tick-tocking with increasing rapidity towards polling day on May 7th 2015.

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Coline Donon: Freelancing

I am a European Public Affairs expert. I have 10 years experience in European Public affairs. My main areas of expertise are Food and Agricultural products, Consumer policy, Product Safety, and Internal Market. My skills range from monitoring and analyzing specific issues, supporting projects and advocacy campaigns, organising events to training on European affairs.

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TO MASTER OR NOT TO MASTER?

Will it help my career?

I recently commented in an article about the value of doing a postgraduate degree or not and I wanted to explore the question further. I often see candidates who ask me whether they should Master in marketing communications, PR or advertising.
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The war for best talent

The war for securing the best talent is on going, with no signs of abating. We are not only competing among ourselves, but also against other industries in Britain and abroad. It is obvious that everyone is battling to find and retain the brightest and best talent.

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