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Feeling tech ‘savvy’ is increasingly important in today’s workplace, but in a world that evolves so quickly, it’s easy to feel left behind. Hazel Davis investigates the best ways to give your digital skills a ‘boost’, to help with your tech confidence and your career.
Therese Tucker founded tech company, BlackLine, when she was 40 years old. Here, she talks about why age diversity matters.
Being a self-employed business owner can be one of the most vulnerable in society
Our CEO came down to our floor one morning and stood on a chair in the middle of the room. Straight away, I knew what that meant.
The Partnership Manager works with clients and partners and leads customer experience and engagement.
The UK’s latest gender pay gap report shows figures haven’t improved since last year. Hazel Davis asks five experts for their take on the statistics.
Kelly-Joe Ballard is a train driver with Southeastern. Here, she talks to everywoman editor, Cherry Casey, about her day-to-day duties, and why her work feels like one big family.
“Having a mentor is important, find someone you like, trust and shares your values. You will always feel supported and encouraged in your work.”
In 2009, Sharmadean Reid set up a single salon in London. Today, WAH Nails is a globally renowned brand and Sharmadean a recognised business expert, writing an advice column for The Guardian and receiving an MBE for services to beauty in 2015.
Legal Director of Serasa Experian, Vanessa Butalla, lives in São Paulo with her husband and three children. She gives us an insight into how she manages her work/life balance.